Tricia Gahagan

Gahagan is a fine art photographer born and raised in Providence, RI. Her images have been exhibited and published throughout the US and internationally, she is also the first-time recipient of the John Chervinsky scholarship and solo show given by The Griffin Museum. An Ithaca College graduate, she spent over a decade in marketing/advertising designing programming for brands such as Volkswagen, The Sundance Film Festival, MCA Chicago and The New Yorker. She further explored her passion for photography and art by attending Corcoran College of Art & Design, then continuing to the New England School of Photography in Boston. She has since gone on to study under Joyce Tenneson and Cig Harvey. In addition to her art she is a contributor to LA Yoga and Boston Yoga magazines and serves on the board of New Harmony Farm.

11:11 Mirroring Consciousness

How often do we pause and pay attention to the messages the world is mirroring back to us?

11:11 is an ongoing project that illustrates the introspective significance of the moment; the notion that every experience, relationship, decision, and habit is a mirror. I capture this mirror and freeze space from within consciousness, nothing is constructed.

Each image appears as a question, a paradox, a koan: a means to challenge the limits of the analytical mind and engage contemplation. They are subtle, hidden moments that reveal insights, guidance, and answers.

These photographs blur the lines between perception and illusion and depict varying exchanges between dark and light. The contrast and confusion that appears within their simplicity and silence necessitates a heightened awareness. It forces us to look deeper inside while witnessing the everyday world around us.

To view more of Tricia’s work please visit her website.