The work of Janelle Pietrzak, invites you into a hidden world that evokes myth and mystery. Her photographs tempt you to shed the rubric of the outside world and for a moment believe in magic. Inspired by unique locations around the globe, Janelle Pietrzak uses self-portraiture to explore transcendence. Conjuring ghosts, goddesses, and deities, her solitary figures embody the phenomenal spirits that haunt clandestine spaces.
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