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About Susan Eileen Evans

Susan Eileen Evans Art is neither an object nor an occupation, but the expression of the soul of the artist. My inspiration comes from nature. Since I was a little child, I have collected things in nature that inspired me. I keep a treasure box: things like an abandoned paper wasp nest and a dead carpenter bee. An array of 'pretty rocks' sits on a windowsill. My soul finds itself in photography and digital art. What we see around us becomes part of our soul. I want the walls of my heart to be decorated with beauty. If you find the pictures I share with you to be on the walls of your home and grace the walls of your heart, then I have accomplished my goal. This is the beauty I see.

My love of nature was nurtured in California's central valley and was borne out in college, where I studied biology, and then followed with a career in the sciences. Now retired, I live with my husband in the Sierra foothills near Yosemite National Park where I am free to pursue my artistic dream-- capturing and interpreting the beauty of nature.

I love photography and editing my photos to perfection, but I also find great joy in creating new art with my photographs. Photo art is a relatively new way of achieving unique art. -- Art that is just as valuable as traditionally created art. It simply uses digital tools. For me, a photograph is the beginning of a creative journey. I enjoy editing my own photos, sometimes I make use of public domain photos. I Use a wide variety of editing software ranging from the traditional photo editing utilities to specialty software, designed to create a painting from a photograph. often starting with photo touch up, removing unwanted objects, and photo flaws. I then adjust exposure, contrast and color balance. Sometimes that is enough to achieve what I had in mind for that particular photo. Other times I experiment with several programs, adding effects or textures one on top of the other, until I am satisfied. My styles range from realism to abstract to graphic effects.