I am drawn to photographing the changes in the natural and urban environment. In my art I adhere to the Japanese concept of Wabi-Sabi; transience, beauty that is “imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete.”
Photography has been one way for me to express my emotions and my reactions to change as transient beauty. Whether through photographic images or the written word, I have been drawn to this expression for most of my adult life. I began photography in the 1970’s using black and white film and the darkroom to create images. I have since moved on to the digital present using my camera and my phone to create the images that move me.
Through my prints, photo cards, books and blog, I invite you to enjoy my 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 my work at www.suzanne-lorenz.artistwebsites.com and see products made from my photographs.
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