Images can be printed in all sizes, on a variety of mediums: archival paper, canvas, silk, wood, or metal. Large size prints are especially effective for the home, workplace or events that call for the harmonizing influence of Nature's beauty. An engraved title card with the photo's chosen inspirational quote is included. Leasing options are available, and I can deliver and assist with the installation of your art. Please contact me for pricing, and purchase arrangements through Paypal or check.
The 2016 In Love With Earth calendar is a unique offering of beauty and thoughtful content in a practical wall calendar. It brings a new set of vibrant images of Nature’s grace paired with thought provoking quotes, as well as notes on seasonal changes and rhythms, natural history, astrological movements in the sky and important days of our eco history to deepen our sense of Earth awareness. Each month has commentary, written by Leslie Curchack, on a theme suggested by the image.
Purchasing calendars in bulk (10 or more) is a cost effective way to have a superb and meaningful Earth loving holiday gift for your family and friends, employees or clients. Profits are donated to Daily Acts. Please contact Leslie Curchack to place an order at that level. Contact: email@example.com
“The photographs evoke Earth’s beauty and the quotes open our minds.”
- Joanna Macy
Originally from New York, I have lived over half my life in Northern California. My professional career as an MFT in private practice, in Hospice social work, and in local school counseling, has not kept me from pursuing my main passion of photography these past ten years. My work has been exhibited in Bay area galleries, and also in Hawaii and New York. In recent years, I have been a volunteer for Daily Acts and have created and produced an annual benefit eco-calendar “In Love With Earth,” widely distributed in Sonoma County and beyond, which features my nature photography, as well as inspiration and practical actions for loving the earth each day of the year.
The beauty of our surrounding natural environment speaks to me clearly. Taking my camera to the ocean or river or mountain, or to my back garden, feels like a quest for images of beauty that strike the eye, and mind and heart, in a potent and mysterious way. I especially like sensing the underlying designs and patterns of creation and playing with an interface between abstraction and representation. When I can use my art to inspire or reinforce a love of nature leading towards environmental awareness and stewardship, I am especially happy.