|A La Mode|
Written by Carol Dorazio
|A La Mode|
|The newly redone Station Building on Sun Valley Rd.|
|Remodeled interior of Enoteca|
|The before and projected "After" of Lee Gilman Builders new office|
|Bigwood Bread Bakery's New Home on Lewis Street|
My photography ranges from large landscapes to what I call “intimate landscapes,” close-ups of natural objects that highlight texture and form. I also have a fondness for man-made structures and items taken over by nature. While I strive to make beautiful images, meaning continues to be equally important to me. I want to cause people to think and feel or have a subconscious reaction to the images I find—everyone sees something different and the magic of the art is what’s created between the image and the viewer.
I spend much of my time riding horses in the desert, hills and mountains where I am inspired by the beauty of my surroundings. The relationship of plants and animals, to each other and the elements of the earth, are the subjects that motivate me to create artwork. I try to capture the unique spirit of animals (often horses) and nature in my drawings and paintings and share the connection I feel with them.
and wood. Her work is always figurative, with an abstract quality that adds the right
measure of mysterious beauty.