As a photographer and artist, Rosalie spent two and a half years photographing school children and won an award for 'Outstanding Photo'. She moved on to Nature Photography and one of her photos was featured in the local newspaper to advertise a photo contest. She recently had one of her digital images chosen for a book cover. Her work has been exhibited in local shows, including Big Arts, Art from the Parks, Bonita Art League, Beatniks, Cape Coral Art League, Cape Coral Library, the Visual Arts Center and Ding Darling. One of her photos had been published in a calendar. Her image 'Sunset at Ding Darling' was the January photo for the Charlotte Harbor National Estuary's 2010 calendar. She is also in the calendar this year 2017 with her image of various birds on a sandbar at Ding Darling.
She is a graduate of NY Institute of Photography and has won 'Best of Show' as well as many first place ribbons and sales.
Camera: Canon 60D with a Canon 18-135 lens and Tamron 18-270 lens
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All photographs on this web site are fully protected by U.S. and international copyright laws, all rights reserved. The images may not be copied, reproduced, manipulated or used in any way, without written permission of Rosalie Scanlon. Any unauthorized usage will be prosecuted to the full extent of U.S. Copyright Law.
A person who loves the quiet of Nature. The beautiful lakes trees, flowers and fauna show in my photography. The sound of a bird calling for its mate, the Sun slowly fading behind the clouds at the end of the day, the morning dew with the fog wrapped around the trees and the surprise of a deer suddenly in your path is a never ending joy. I enjoy capturing life and light on my Camera by using Nature as my palette.
Rosalie Scanlon joined Fine Art America on December 24th, 2009.