Donna Pinckley

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Working with a large format camera, Donna Pinckley takes portraits that create a strong emotional bond between their subjects and the viewer. Each subject’s gaze is directed back at us, making a connection that combines the personal with larger social themes. With a sharp eye for light and composition, she gives each picture a formal beauty that places its story in a deeper artistic context. Pinckley says she is a storyteller as well as a photographer, and her images reveal the stories of her subjects while capturing the details of the world they live in.

Featured Artworks
Thats not your mama
Look at you taking another one of our good black men.
I hope he’s born with a turban on. I hope he’s born with STD’s.
Why will you marry a Japanese?

Donna Pinckley

Thats not your mama

Analog on Epson Exhibition Fiber
22" x 17"

Working with a large format camera, Donna Pinckley takes portraits that create a strong emotional bond between their subjects and the viewer. Each subject’s gaze is directed back at us, making a connection that combines the personal with larger social themes. With a sharp eye for light and composition, she gives each picture a formal beauty that places its story in a deeper artistic context. Pinckley says she is a storyteller as well as a photographer, and her images reveal the stories of her subjects while capturing the details of the world they live in.

Thats not your mama

Analog on Epson Exhibition Fiber
22" x 17"

Look at you taking another one of our good black men.

Analog on Epson Exhibition Fiber
22" x 17"

I hope he’s born with a turban on. I hope he’s born with STD’s.

Analog on Epson Exhibition Fiber
22" x 17"

Why will you marry a Japanese?

Analog on Epson Exhibition Fiber
22" x 17"

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View Donna Pinckley's Past Exhibitions

The Infinity of Thoughts
50" x 50" - Acrylic on Canvas