OIC Blog

February 23, 2015
Meredith Mullins

There is an empty canoe drifting in the Consumnes River in the Central Valley of California. It’s photographer Roman Loranc’s ride. His way of slipping gently into one of the landscapes he loves.

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LensWork

Nov-Dec 2005
Number 61

Roman Loranc was born in Bielsko-Biala, a city in Southwestern Poland, in 1956. His parents thought that he should be a food processor, so he earned the equivalent of a Bachelor's Degree in food processing from a technical university in Poland. He worked in food processing, but was always drawn to photography.

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The Durango Telegraph

By Jules Masterjohn
May 11, 2006
Volume 5, No. 19

A mighty showing of delicate and forceful places, of mythic landscapes and abstract compositions, Loranc's pictures caress one's mind and heart with his affection for place. Sadly absent from the gallery walls is Vallee's poetry, yet these pictures speak her thousand words.

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