Grief and the grieving process are an integral part of the human condition, yet so few of us have a solid grasp on how to engage in it or talk about it. I believe art and creativity can be a helpful gateway to help with this.
This week on the podcast I was joined by an Australian portrait and landscape photographer who uses her background in visual arts and painting to create stunning and evocative photographs - Karen Waller. In today's show we discuss Karen's journey in photography and how she has engaged in it to help with the grieving process.
On this week's episode, we discuss:
- Karen's journey into photography as a painter,
- How engaging in photography helped her through the grieving process,
- The driving forces behind her work,
- Why she is attracted to making abstract imagery,
- Capturing opposing themes,
- Revealing something new in familiar subjects,
- And a lot more!
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Scroll down to see more of Karen's excellent work!