Susan Lappin: Photographic Artist
I have been expressing how I feel in my art for what seems a very long time now and with each year I gain a better understanding of myself and where I am going.
I am ‘free to be’.
In nature I can get ‘lost’ in the uniqueness of things and how quickly time passes and because of this I believe it is so very important for us to take a moment and appreciate everything around us. As all is forever changing.
Your vision of what you see is unique, yours alone and that is very special. You bring in everything that you have experienced.
Ten people can look at the same picture and see it differently.
Don’t let the life in the world around you go by without being involved in it. Stop, see, experience.
For me my aim is to create images that express what I see, feel and experience but for you I am hoping that you will take time to experience the image as you see and feel. My art is on my websites and in galleries so you can experience them in your own way.
Since my retirement from the banking sector in 2003 I have embraced my life time passion for photography. My fascination for photography began in the late nineteen-fifties when my father introduced me to preserving the greatness of Toronto train yards from within his darkroom. Along with preserving these days and the legacy of his love for the huge engines of steel, I am also capturing my passions in nature and the uniqueness of things whose time is too quickly passing.
I have been fortunate to have been able to take photoshop courses and be involved with many courses offered on-line. With the age of digital cameras pictures have come more alive and can be expressed in so many ways on the computer. Creativity is limitless.
For me learning never stops and neither does my view of the world.