Gail Samuelson lives and photographs in a small rural town southwest of Boston.
Surrounded by protected forest and wetlands, she is drawn to the changing light and
how it affects her sense of home, the landscape, and family life. Trained to make
photographs through a microscope, she now uses a camera to examine and capture
details of everyday moments. Often closing in tight on her subjects, she distills and
intensifies their form and meaning to unveil underlying emotional qualities.
Gail’s photographs have been exhibited in many museums and galleries, including
the Danforth Museum, Griffin Museum of Photography, Cassilhaus, PhotoPlace
Gallery, and the Davis Orton Gallery. Her work is held in the permanent collection of
the Danforth Museum and Cassilhaus. Gail serves on the Board of Directors of the
Griffin Museum of Photography.
For purchase or exhbition inquiries, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org