Liza White is a Baltimore born artist. While painting was her first love she maintains a stark simplicity in her illustrations that references her background in graphic design. Her combination of minimalism & the obscene adds a bawdy humor to her subjects and is a strong theme throughout her work.
Most of the photographs on display were taken during my two most recent trips to the Rocky Mountains and England. All of the images were captured using a Canon 7D Mark II DSLR.
George Eppig, a photographer, spent a week in the Rocky Mountains was an awe-inspiring experience. The aim of that trip was to capture the vast landscapes along with the diverse wildlife that calls these mountains home. England brought a different kind of adventure, as he hiked across the country from the North Sea to the Irish Sea. The trail followed along Hadrian’s Wall, the largest Roman artifact in the world, which at one time marked the northern limit of the Roman Empire. Much of the wall is now gone, but sections of it still remain.