Mary Randlett b. 1924
Mary Randlett is the leading photographer in the Pacific Northwest. Born and raised in Seattle, she began working in photography in 1937. Her interest continued through her college years at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Wa., where she received a degree in Political science in 1947. Shortly afterward, she apprenticed with noted photographer Hans Jorgensen, the assistant to Louise Dahl-Wolfe and attended a workshop with Minor White. In 1949 she began photographing Northwest artists such as Morris Graves, Mark Tobey and other notables including writer Henry Miller. For the next few decades she made photographic portraits of numerous visual artists, writers and architects. Some of her sitters includ
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