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Anna Goraczko is a Miami-based visual artist who employs cyanotypes to create vibrant images that focus on family history, body positivity, and spiritual connection. Goraczko received a BFA in Art in 2008 and an MFA in Visual Arts in 2020 from Florida International University. She uses found objects, digital photography, and the human body to create photographic blueprints that are ethereal, dreamlike, and nostalgic in nature. Goraczko’s artistic process engages with the natural environment of South Florida where she grew up and explores the potential for abstracted images to make connections across various timelines. Selected solo exhibitions include “Anna Goraczko” (2023) at The Frank in Pembroke Pines, Florida. Selected group exhibitions include “Journeys”: World Cyanotype Day Showcase, Chennai Photo Biennale, Chennai, India (2023) and “Mama, G-Ma, and Nana”, Miami Beach Urban Studios, Miami Beach, FL (2023). Her work is in the permanent collection at Frost Art Museum in Miami, Florida.