Trish Niemi lives in Walla Walla, WA in the southeast corner of the state. To see where she's been and what she's done check out her resume.
I love landscapes and so I moved to Walla Walla, WA. When I came here I did photography. After exposure to Mokuhanga, (Japanese Wood Cut) and mono-printing I have become a print-maker.
My work is influenced by paintings from the 19th century to present day. I thinks in terms of color, line, texture and movement.
I use my photographs and drawings as a starting point for my prints.
Trish Gallagher Niemi was born in Seattle and raised by an art loving dad who took her to Seattle Art Museum on a regular basis. Somehow he was surprised that Trish became an artist!
She studied photography in college and graduate school. Trish continued to photograph throughout the years.
She moved to Walla Walla six years ago and is in love with the quality of light and fantastic weather phenomena. Along with photography she is mono-printing and making Mokuhanga wood cut prints.