Using images created from photos of found objects -- ferry floors, rusty metal, things that are mostly used or broken --Diane Walker has created a mystical collection of goddesses who speak to us gently of the wisdom that lies within us and often only emerges in response to the challenges found on life's journey.
Portions of the proceeds from sales of this book will be devoted to breast cancer research.
A former Communications Director in the Episcopal Church ,Diane Walker is a contemplative photographer who pairs her writing and meditation practice with her art, producing two daily blogs of meditations, poetry and photographs : http://contemplativephotography.com and http://contemplativepoetry.com Diane lives, blogs, and photographs primarily on Bainbridge Island, off the coast of Seattle, and serves as Exhibitions Director of ECVA.org.
Illuminating the Mystery: Photographic Reflections on the Gospel of Thomas Published January 09, 2012
A Contemplative Photographer's Alphabet Published July 27, 2009