Suzanne is drawn to photographing the changes in the beauty of the natural and urban environments. In her art she often adheres to the Japanese concept of Wabi-Sabi: finding beauty in transient imperfection and profundity in nature.
A vison and intention in Suzanne's artistic process is to work with clients who can imagine her work in their life, either on a wall of their home or in a gallery. She is interested in having a personal and relational experience with the people who are interested in buying her fine art prints by co-discovering the right size, finished textures and subjects of her work to add to their lives.
Suzanne's passion for photography started in a darkroom developing black and white images and that passion has continued into the digital age. Her first camera had a broken light meter, and that seemed prophetically to have led her to focus on photographing the light, not the broken darkness of the changes in the world. Suzanne's commitment is to focus on the beauty of nature and hope that this will instill a desire in those who view her photographs to respect the environment and devote time, money and energy to its preservation. A portion of sales always goes to environmental causes.
Through Suzanne's prints, photo cards, books and blogs she invites you to enjoy her images and thoughts. New prints are released regularly, so check back often. If you sign up for updates, you will get notified about new prints or books, sales, and shows.
Explore more of Suzanne's work at www.suzanne-lorenz.artistwebsites.com and see products made from her photographs.
You can read her past blog posts at www.followingthelightoftheunknown.com
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