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Rosanne Morris, a member of the Guelph Arts Council community, is inspired to create while “forest bathing” in nature or while appreciating the elements of design in urban settings. Her work resonates with “Miksang”, a Tibetan word which means “good eye”. Photographs are adjusted digitally, reshaped and reimagined, and are sometimes painted to create something new. Serendipity is never far away, which keeps her work vibrant and fresh. Recent work is inspired by colours of San Miguel de Allende and Oaxaca City in Mexico, the ramparts and break waters of St. Malo, and dells and sea cliffs of Guernsey in The Channel Islands.
Experimenting with a Lumix FZ1000 digital camera, iPhone camera, Apple Pencil, iPad, and digital applications to create the unexpected is my current interest. I am intrigued how the play between digital applications and a carefully chosen photograph can delight and surprise.
I work in a variety of media: photography, digital paint, photos adjusted and painted using digital applications, and paint on canvas or wood panel. Some pieces are non-objective, while others are abstract; many are realistic. Whatever the process and whatever the outcome, the elements of design remain central to the success of each piece.