Chehalis Deane Hegner
Welcome to the Steamer Trunk! A scrapbook of artifacts and memorabilia.
Steamer trunks first appeared in the late 1870s, and are distinguished by either their flat or slightly-curved tops. Usually covered in canvas, leather or patterned paper, often having secret compartments, they traveled along with their owners ~ becoming a kind of intimate partner for the journeys of life. I invite you to dig through. You will find exhibition artifacts, photographs depicting my creative process, and odds and ends that have influenced soul and spirit.
Light: Summer, 2018 "Neglected"
Summer Issue, 2018 "Neglected"
The Editorial.com event with Arthur.
Go to the link to see my feature in El Patio De La Luna. Text by Catherine Young!
I love this list, But I am not sure when it was written. Sometime in 2013.
From the exhibition catalog. Text by Rachel Bradley.
Text written and read by Arno Rafael Minkkinen for my exhibition at University Gallery in Sept, 2013 at University of Massachusetts, Lowell.
Wonderful thoughts that inspired me...by my friend Stephanie Stewart. One of the great souls of my life.
In response to my series "A Woman's Greatest Fear."
From a note by Romeo Melloni regarding my photograph of Sally Mann's horse peeing.
A note from my friend Doug Fitch, an artist I deeply respect.
Commission to make exhibition image for Ramapo College. "Kinetic Mandala"
My dear friend, Andy Moerlein invited me to have a one-person exhibition at the Derryfield School and it was great meeting his students and community. Thanks Andy!
with my image "Fantasy Met Reality" on the Cover.
The Hegner Family Foundation is proud to be a sponsor of the PRC Lecture Series. We invite you to join us in supporting the PRC! The Photographic Resource Center (PRC) is a vital forum for the exploration, interpretation, and celebration of new work, ideas, and methods in photography. Visit: www.bu.edu/prc
While attending AIPAD in 2010, I met Jerry Spagnoli and we made this together at his NYC studio. What an amazing experience those 30,000 watts were! Thank you Jerry!
Winter / 2014
From 5 day B&W Photo Challenge on FB. Challenged by George Slade.