Emerging fine art photographer, Lorraine Raczkowski has been creating gelatin silver, sepia toned, infrared and color prints for the past several years. Her images of landscapes, nature and domestic animals have won numerous awards at the New Mexico State Fair, Rio Grande Nature Center, and the Animal Humane Society. When disability left her unable to work, Lorraine re-kindled a long-standing interest in photography as a creative and therapeutic outlet.
Photography is a visual bridge that connects us by capturing remembrances of emotion or moments of beauty and sharing them with others, she says.
Surrounding yourself with art in any form not only enriches your life but can renew and support your spirit especially in difficult times. Lorraine is a resident of Rio Rancho, New Mexico.