Marzena Grabczynska Lorenc is an award winning and published fine art photographer with a deep and abiding love for photography.
An avid traveler, she has been to all corners of the globe…always with camera in hand. Marzena’s work evokes hunting feelings and emotions in her collections of abandoned places. She brings smiles with children and animal portraits and she takes us on journeys to exotic lands to explore the unknown. After opening our minds and breaking down barriers to places some of us may never go, she brings us back to familiarity in our neighborhood, to show us a different view- another perspective.
Marzena was born and raised in Poland and currently lives on the North Shore of Long Island. Her work has been featured in various publications and her exhibits include: Rockville Centre, Mineola and Glen Cove Library; Fire Island Annual Art Show; Molloy College Art Gallery; Long Island Photo Gallery in Islip; My Gallery in Port Washington; Art-trium Gallery in Melville; Petite Gallery in Huntington; and the Long Island Center of Photography at the African American Museum in Hempstead.
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