For this series of Art on the Wall, we are proudly displaying the works of:
Lisa De Simone Cohn
Lisa purchased her first camera, a Minolta XG-A in college and have had an on-again/off-again relationship with my camera through the years. She reluctantly gave up a film for a Nikon D70 soon after her children were born. She grew to love that camera, and still have it. Unfortunately, she broke her good lens and had to find a replacement. Last year, she upgraded to the Olympus E-10 Mark III, a mirrorless model. She has learned through trial and error, a couple of private lessons, and one course at the New School in New York City. Lisa enjoys taking photos of just about anything that catches her eye: nature, travel, action, street art, people and animals are all good subjects. More photos can be viewed here under "Lisa D"
Harriet Kushins resides in New Jersey and has been exhibiting her photographic images for the past five years. She is self-taught and a member of the Arts League of the Chathams and Morris Art Association where she shows her work in group exhibitions. Her work explores nature’s beauty with a focus on employing an expressive perspective of the world. Harriet’s photographs are inspired by what she sees and is passionate about. She hopes that the viewer is engaged in an aesthetic experience, while also connecting the audience to that of the artist.
“The art of photography consists of capturing and fixing an isolated instant out of an endless and continuous stream of them.” (Diane Arbus)