RANDOLPH – Lisa Wall has been taking nature photographs since high school.
She first got started with her mother’s camera, dabbling in astrophotography for a science program. She went on to attend two years at the Randolph Technical Career Center, studying graphic arts and learning dark room skills.
Since, her camera has been at her side, in the outdoors, on fishing trips and capturing her love of natural science.
And now, her work is on display.
Photographs by Wall are now on display in the Gifford Medical Center art gallery. The show includes wildlife, aquatic wildlife, seascapes, Vermont flora and more.
“I love finding beauty in nature and in the ordinary,” says Wall, who works under the name Looking Glass Photography. “I love photography. I am excited to turn my favorite hobby into possibly something more.”
Wall’s work has also been displayed at the South Royalton Market and the Hartness Library at Vermont Technical College, and are currently on display at Tozier’s restaurant in Bethel and online at www.facebook.com/LWallPhotography.
Her Gifford show continues until Oct. 3.
One hundred percent of the Wall’s profits from sales at Gifford will be donated to Potter’s Angels Rescue, a Vermont all-breed rescue that her sister Heather Bent founded and directs. Information on the shelter is available online at www.pottersnangelsrescue.org.
The Gifford Gallery is located just inside the hospital’s main entrance at 44 S. Main St. (Route 12) in Randolph. Call Gifford at (802) 728-7000 or Volunteer Coordinator Julie Fischer at (802) 728-2324 for more information.
When not taking pictures, Wall works in her own hair salon, Drop Dead Gorgeous in Randolph, where she is also building a home with her husband, Marty.