Paula Gately Tillman

Mostly known for portraiture I made in the 80's and 90's, I felt a desire to photograph landscapes. In 1995 I started to photograph the Chester River, a waterway that leads out to the Chesapeake Bay, on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Distant views that are beautiful, and serene with the sounds of geese that signal the change of the seasons. Later, I began to travel with my husband, Roy, to Liechtenstein. My photographs of landscapes changed to snow capped mountains with the early spring frost on the branches of the willows bordering the vineyards, or the Cypress trees that lined "Back Road to Bad Ragaz" on a rainy foggy day. In the mountains or on the water my photographs of landscapes are peaceful, dream like worlds I hope the viewer will appreciate, relax, and enjoy.


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