Book featured in Verve!
Thank you to Verve, eastern Wisconsin's magazine for women, for publishing a five page article about "Lake Michigan: The Wisconsin Shore" in their winter edition. The photos sure look great!
Here is a copy of the article.
Photo display donated to Black River Museum
The new museum will be open during the summer and also feature bird photography by Reggie Gauger, invasive species information, and a display of historic exhibits featuring the Black River Area of the Town of Wilson. It's located just north of the fire station. In the past the Jung Center was used by the Boy Scouts.
Black River Museum
Lisa scanned flowers from her gardens over the summer.
She will be working on these for a new collection.
Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour
Thank you so much to everyone who stopped in during the self-guided tour. It was really fun to meet you. Congratulations to the winners:
"Deer Gardens" - Cheryl R., Plymouth
"Winter Storm Recedes" - Judy C., Sheboygan
"Leaves on the World" - Mark E., Oostburg
"Autumn Barn" - Kim M., Oostburg
Wisconsin Great Lakes Photo Contest
"Monarch on the Beach" Top Ten winner
Lisa's photo is on the May page in the 2016-2017 Wisconsin Great Lakes calendar. See the calendar here.
"Autumn Maple" wins Merit Award at Gallery 110 North, Plymouth Arts Center
Lisa's photo of a maple in autumn glory won the award at the 2015 Holiday Membership Exhibit. Juror Claudette Lee-Roseland.
Photography Book is Named 2015 NIEA Finalist
"Lake Michigan: The Wisconsin Shore" was recognized as a National Indie Excellence Finalist in the category of photography.
Nine Wisconsin photographers share their best images in this beautiful hardcover compilation of Lake Michigan photography. Many of the photos are once-in-a-lifetime shots, such as Lisa’s photograph of white-tailed deer running through the shallow waters of Lake Michigan, and Sandy Barnick’s pictures taken while crewing on the tall ship Denis Sullivan as it made its way into the Sheboygan Harbor at sunset.
The book includes over 100 gorgeous photographs along with descriptive captions, plus poetry and a few pages of facts about Lake Michigan. You may purchase copies here. It is also available for resale - call for wholesale rates and more information (920) 452-4469. Find more about the awards here.