Cindy Rehagen Langewisch, photographer, resides in Livermore Falls, ME. on a bluff overlooking the beautiful and improving Androscoggin River. Cindy primarily makes her images utilizing black and white negative films; in 35mm, medium and large formats, pinhole works and periodically, color slide films
The earth is filled with invisible movement and rhythm—nothing is ever still. I want to make this invisible movement (force) visible in each piece, bringing it to life.
I chose charcoal on paper medium because it is the oldest and basic form of visual media.
J.A. Pollard’s studio/gallery in Winslow may be visited by calling 873-6443.
My work is a sensory as well as sensual response to seeing and hearing in the natural world, much influenced by my lifetime involvement with music.
Photography, Mixed Media, Encaustic Wax
Suzanne believes her art can make a difference in her community.
I am inspired by happy and joyful moments, blue skies and the changing of the seasons.
Photography has been my passion for over 25 years.