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She grew up in a small farming community in Minnesota, explored the backroads of China, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Malaysia, then moved to a ranch in Arizona, taking pictures the whole time.
"Doug Landreth has vision. His vision goes beyond what his camera is able to capture. He’s compelled to tell a story and a single photographic image is just the first chapter. He’s not afraid to use all the tools available to him in order to create the rich content in his artwork. Every artist must be fearless in their own way and he is a great example. He makes no apologies for his use of layering, patina and texturing. Would we expect a painter to excuse their use of oils, watercolors or pastels? A photograph is the only the canvas for Doug. His palette is boundless."
(in a review by Susan Roderick here)
"The path to becoming a visual artist began, for me, on a boat, on the ocean, engaged in the process of sailing and contemplating the challenge of how to visually convey my experience.
Through photography I want to share the feeling of an ideal sailing moment, that brief instant when the sea, the light and the wind embrace a vessel and she heels over, shouldering a wave aside in a bold gesture that makes the viewer long for the romance and adventure of wooden ships and the sea."