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A Path to Enlightenment


A Path to Enlightenment Photograph - Limited Edition of 20

Lori Ryerson


Photography, Color on Aluminium

Size: 16 W x 46 H x 0.5 D in

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It is my personal contention that if I'm going to go to an iconic location, I need to bring something different to a conversation that has been held thousands of times. The last time I was at Zabriskie Point, I was struck by the range of colour in the rock.I am always surprised by the anthropomorphic guest appearances that occur when I create an image using this mirrored technique. This time, apparently Siddhartha was in the house. The cool thing about this image and the way it is mounted is that you can hang it either vertically or horizontally.

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Photography Print:Color on Aluminium

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:20

Size:16 W x 46 H x 0.5 D in

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Lori Ryerson is a Toronto-based contemporary art photographer. Along with her presence at the Other Art Fair, Toronto Artist Project and the Toronto Outdoor Art Fair, Lori's work has shown at the Art Gallery of Hamilton, the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, the Paula White Diamond Gallery, Noodle Gallery, and Silver Sands Gallery. Her work is in several Canadian corporate collections, as well as private collections around North America. While her first loves are travel and landscape, Lori will pretty much photograph anything that catches her fancy, from architecture to zoo animals, and everything in between. "It is the act of photography that brings me the joy, rather than the subject matter," she says. "Photography allows me to escape into a quiet universe, where the only thing that matters in that moment is that space and time between me and the object of my attention." Lori seeks out little mysteries in the mundane, and searches for stories left behind in urban and ancient landscapes. In an increasingly noisy universe, she looks for ways to photograph silence. "Everything around us makes noise; the traffic, the phones, even the refrigerator hums! I want my work to provide people with a tiny, personal haven of quiet." Sixteen years of studying flying trapeze in the Toronto cirque community changed Lori’s perspective on the world. A lifelong exposure to Japanese art and culture gave her an appreciation for fine details, and negative space. In 2012, Lori started her photography business, Focalocity. In the decade since, she left the corporate world to pursue photography as a full-time artist, was accepted into the Ontario Society of Artists, Canada's oldest continuous-running society of artists and is an elected member of the Society of Canadian Artists. She enjoys speaking to other photographers in camera club presentations, and mentoring emerging artists. Lori now applies her 30 years of experience in written communications to this latest incarnation as a visual storyteller. Her camera is both her brush and pen as she continues to share her stories through photography.

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