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Path to Notre Dame du Roc

by Ian Jeanneret
Lauderdale AU

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The Artwork

Perched on a precipitous rock lurching above the town of Castellane in Provence, France is a chapel where there are many profoundly expressed plaques of thanks to God for saving the lives of so many during the World Wars.

The Artist

Why do you create? Motivated by a desire to share my never-ending delight and joy provided by the diversity and beauty of our environment I continue to photograph whatever excites me.
How do you work? My photography is largely opportunistic however placing myself in different environments increases the opportunity to discover new things.
Has your creative process changed over time, if so, how? Over time, now 40 years of photography, I have learned to follow my heart more.
Do you consider yourself a full-time or part-time artist? I am a full time artist.
Besides creating, where else do you spend your time? I live by the beach in Tasmania and travel as often as I can. I am as stimulated by Tasmania as I am by more exotic places. Bushwalking and sailing have been lifelong passions.
What inspires you? I prefer unspoiled scenes where nature is just doing her thing.
What is the first piece of art you remember creating? Black and white photographs at age 8.
What does the term art mean to you? Art is an individual expression to emotion.
Name three artists that you respect? Lloyd Rees, Vincent Van Gogh, William Turner
What is your dream project? Return to the Galapagos Islands and Antarctica, and Bryce Canyon in winter.
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