Page Morahan, Artist of the Month
Page writes that:
My father was a journalist and photographer, and I used his old heavy Rolliflex for years to take photographs of nature and close-up views of flowers. As a child, I also loved taking art classes from my artist cousin, Maribland Bryant, and in college moved into set design and painting for plays and aquatic shows, as well as editing and taking photographs for our college yearbook. Now I search for unusual views of flowers, architectural details, or nature in rambles through cities and countries around the world. I combine photographs and other materials into interesting collage combinations of colors, metallic hues, fabrics and quotations for 'small art': greeting cards, calendars, bookmarks, and the like - each a 'one-of-a-kind' original piece of art. This is creativity that can be completed in the small windows of opportunity in my life as a leadership educator for health professions faculty in the U.S. and around the world. I hope that you enjoy my art pieces as much as I enjoy creating them!
She adds that:
I definitely feel God's presence when I am wandering around with my camera and looking for interesting patterns - new ways of seeing this world that Higher Power has created for us. I particularly like to take close up photos of flowers. I tend to go into a sort of meditation, and marvel at the beautiful perfection in the symmetrical design of the stamens and pistols, or the fantastic colors and surfaces of petals.
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