About Janis Hersh
Janis Hersh lives and works in Arlington and Truro, MA. In her photography, she seeks to explore and tell the stories that are always there beneath the surface, and to create relationships with her subjects.
Janis has studied with Emily Belz, at the Griffin Museum of Photography and Arlington Center for the Arts, and participated in Atelier 26 and 29 at the Griffin. She has been developing her narrative story telling in workshops with Mary Beth Meehan at Truro Center for the Arts, and Providence, RI. She exhibited her series Meadow Mist: A Year on a Farm in a solo show at the Lexington Community Center Gallery in 2018. Group exhibits include Cambridge Center for Adult Education, Griffin Museum, Cotuit Center for the Arts, and Truro Center for the Arts. She contributed her images for a new permanent exhibit at the Truro Historical Society about the lives and work of Edward and Josephine Hopper.
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