Today’s submission comes from a talented photographer, Dorit Fuhg, from the UK. She is a member of the Art for Cancer Group, a global group of artists committed to donating a portion of their sales to cancer charities.
I love the way these photos make me feel (and have hinted broadly to my husband that I wouldn’t mind these pictures as a birthday present). I first had the chance to enjoy these photos at the Art For Cancer Foundation Show in Toronto. You can see more of Dorit’s wonderful work here.
Here’s her story in her own words:
I have been taking photographs for the past 11 years and my passion for it grows from day to day. My main goal is to capture the overall mood of a scene as well as the essence of a thing, always trying to bring out the subject’s personality and uniqueness.
When my dad passed away after a long and painful battle with colon cancer, the only way I could cope with the loss was to immerse myself in photography. The photographs I take are, to a certain extend, an homage to my dad and his love of and care for nature, which he passed onto me; and I’m very grateful for that.
All proceeds from the sale of this artwork go to the Art for Cancer Foundation
Wild Thing 1
Wild Thing 2
Wild Thing 3