Cassandra E. Bazhaw, Photographic Artist
Colorful, Powerful, Beautiful...Three words that describe Cassandra Bazhaw's body of artwork.
Cassandra is a photographic fine artist who uses the camera much like an artist uses a paintbrush. The
common trait, the resulting art piece comes from within the creative minds eye of the artist and not the
The most often recurring trait found in her works is a balance of softness combined with a touch of
power that is surrounded and formatted with color, detail and story. Cassandra is a life long
photographer with a penchant for finding beauty within simplicity. It is her passion and serves as the
cornerstone to her approach in producing photographic fine art.
Cassandra Bazhaw, a native born Californian, enjoys and seeks environments of outdoor beauty, water
and nature. Her artworks are derived from scenes she finds within the geographical boundaries of her
studios in the Northwest Washington and in South Texas.
Cassandra's educational background is in Industrial Psychology coupled with a long term career in Human Resources. She now enjoys the ability to focus her life on seeking, capturing, creating beautiful photographic artworks. She is an avid supporter of the arts. In Washington she is a member of the Whatcom Art Guild in Bellingham. Her memberships in Texas include Upper Valley Art League in Mission, The Edinburg Arts Foundation in Edinburg and currently serves as the President of the Laguna Madre Art League in Port Isabel.