About the Book
A photographic representation of a powerful three-day journey in which three women, with no previous connection to one another, were brought together and personally challenged to live into the fullness of their individual creative identities, honoring their intuition and artistic voice.
Three women. Three visions. Three days. One common purpose. Three days of light.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Standard Portrait, 7.75×9.75 in, 20×25 cm
- Publish Date Feb 24, 2009
- Tags fine art photography, self discovery, spiritual journey, women artists, sepia photography, color photography, Lisa Mauer Elliott, Sarah Rust Sampedro, Margaret Grosspietsch, photography
I've always been interested in all things visual. I am a graphic designer by trade, but for artistic expression I find myself particularly drawn to photography. My photographs tend toward explorations of textures, landscapes, people and inner workings of ordinary moments, expressed and framed through a reverent eye. I believe that photography can act as a voice and I am interested in having conversations that explore what is both beautiful and sacred about the world. I am often drawn to photograph the places where connections are made, if only for a moment—where the grasses meet the trees; the reflections on water as their forms are painted temporarily across the still surface; a Buddha form in the morning light—it is in those places where I find the truest sense of my own heart.