Roman Loranc


Chariot of Apollo, Study II


Chariot of Apollo, Study I


Train Bridge, Poland


Morning in Lisbon


Incoming Tide

   

Artist's Biography
Roman Loranc was born in Bielsko-Biala, Poland, in 1956 and immigrated to the United States in 1981. Moving to California in 1984 rekindled his feeling for landscape photography, and since settling in the Central Valley, Loranc has increasingly turned to subjects close to home: the delicate wetlands beneath the Pacific Flyway, the stirring and primeval contours of the Diablo Range, and the sinuous courses and radiant surfaces of once mighty rivers. Loranc’s work marks a return to landscape photography as intimate encounter with land and psyche. His work has been exhibitied in many public and private galleries was featured in the best-selling anthology Highway 99: A Literary Journey through California's Great Central Valley”.

His book Two-Hearted Oak, The Photography of Roman Loranc” (Heyday Books, 2003) is an intimate portrait of a region often overlooked: California's Great Central Valley. This book is out-of-print and limited copies are available through select galleries or online booksellers.


Roman Loranc

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