The exhibition, Southwest Scapes: A Visual study of Sand, Stone and Light, is a series of black and white images captured on a road trip to Utah and Colorado. Although it took eons to sculpt the landscape in the southwest, forms of stone and sand represent movement as tumultuous as the sky above while harsh light and deep shadows change the sense of those shapes on a daily basis.
Biography Lori Ryan
Native of Scranton, PA, Lori Ryan is a photographer and artist who has settled in the Pocono Mountain region of Northeastern, PA. She received a B.F.A. in Photography from Tyler School of Art. Her career led her to New York, NY where she became a Photo Editor in both the publishing and stock photography industries. Her photographs have appeared in national magazines such as Field and Stream and Woman’s World, and her fine art work has been exhibited in New York, NY, Cambridge, MA, Trenton, NJ, Scranton, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Harrisburg, PA.
For 10 years, Lori served as an Adjunct Instructor in the Fine Arts Division of Keystone College, La Plume, PA. Currently she is Co-Director of the Camerawork Gallery, Scranton, PA.