May 29 – July 5, 2017
Lost and Found
I feel that pain is one of our greatest guides in life. It shows us where we should and should not be and what we are truly made of.
Lost and Found is an ongoing project that began in 2014. It is a document of my journey of self-discovery and enlightenment through loss. Parts of it document the loss of a beloved dog, the experience of living with a grieving grandparent, and the gain and loss of my first romantic relationship.
Marijane Ceruti studied Fine Art Photography at the University of Connecticut. Her work has been exhibited in the 2016 Portrait: Photography exhibition at the Black Box Gallery, the 2015 State of Being Human exhibition at the University of Central Oklahoma, the Kerri Gallery in Willimantic, Connecticut as well as the Fairfield Museum 2014 IMAGES exhibition. Her awards include the 2014 Dean’s Award from the University of Connecticut and the 2013 Charles and Pasqua Alaimo Scholarship. She currently resides in her home state of Connecticut.