SOMETHING  CLOUDY


SOMETHING CLEAR




























Tennessee Williams coined the phrase Something Cloudy, Something Clear referring to the blurred vision of his
left eye and clear vision of his right eye. As photographic artists we also work with the lucid and opaque
to bring forth our individual ways of seeing. We draw together exterior and interior worlds within the
image making process with one eye closed, looking inward, one eye open, looking through the lens.


Hartford Art School’s Photography MFA
Graduating Class of 2020:

Chantal Anderson

Dean Berner

Rodrigo Gutiérrez

Jenica Heintzelman

Jenny Kim

Dillon Burns Roberts

Carolina Saez


All photographs ©2020 by the individual artists.
All rights reserved.


We would like to acknowledge the generous contributions of
guidance and insight from the faculty, guest critics and lecturers:

Robert Lyons, Michael Vahrenwald, Jörg Colberg, Erica Ann Flood,
David Campany, Melissa Catanese, Carrie Cushman, Dru Donovan, Michael Famighetti,
Joel Fisher, Emmanuel Iduma, Lisa Kereszi, Ute Mahler, Sara-Lena Maierhofer, Yurie Nagashima,
J. John Priola, Irina Rozovsky, Michael Schäfer, Paul Schiek, Steven B. Smith, Alec Soth
and Thomas Weski