900 US sailors were trapped and went down with the USS Arizona on December 7, 1941 after being attacked by Japanese fighter planes in Pearl Harbor, Oahu Hawaii. Today, many still lie buried beneath the sunken ship in Harbor. This image is one of a series I shot inside of the USS Arizona memorial that floats above the actual ship.
Cheryl Elich-Krumpelt is a photographic artist, painter and poet who lives in the Chicago-land area. Formerly, she created corporate identity and business to business marketing materials for major corporations and owned her own business licensing her artwork/paintings to manufacturers for the application on to products, which were sold internationally. After a hiatus from the creative world, in the fall of 2013, Cheryl decided to direct her focus on photography in order to give her artistic voice more intensity and meaning. https://www.facebook.com/Cheryl-Elich-KrumpeltCEK-Nelson-Artist-281812041951961/timeline/