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Making photographs draws Sally into exploring the culturally and physically diverse world. She loves photographing in mountains, rainforests, deserts and winding village roads.
Sally photographs details that are distinctive to a place, location, or region. She loves to alter and combine her photographs using a variety of methods and materials to extend or create new meaning and to further indulge her creative side. Sally's art may nudge you to wonder, question perspectives and experience other realities. She also works with alternative process printing. Her current artistic exploration is cyanotype in various forms and subject matter.
Growing up in an Air Force family, Sally moved a lot as a child. Later, she helped her father in his photo studio where she had opportunities to use medium format cameras, develop film and make prints in his lab. These influences sparked her love of photography and travel. She was inspired to take many photography courses in college as she pursued degrees in business and education. To satisfy her love for mountain air, Sally recently relocated from her childhood beach hometown to the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
She is a member of River Arts District Artists (RADA) and her art may be seen at the 310 Art Studios and Gallery in Asheville,NC.
Sally's work has been displayed around Cocoa Beach including The Beachside Resident business office, Simpler Times Gallery, Coastal Produce market, Studios of Cocoa Beach gallery, Cocoa Beach Public Library and Juice N Java cafe and wine bar. Outside of Cocoa Beach her work has been exhibited in a juried Kaleidoscope art show at Eau Gallery in Melbourne, Florida, Florida Wax (a chapter of International Encaustic Artists) encaustic group shows at the Sanford Welcome Center, University Park in Winter Park and Casselberry Art House in Casselberry, and has been published in a National Park brochure, Liquid Lines newsletter, Cocoa Beach Lifestyle magazine, Travel + Leisure online, Que Pasa? Puerto Rico tourism magazine, various travel and tourism websites and other promotional material.
A few years ago, she was the recipient of a second runner up award for a photograph she entered in a Lake Tahoe Educational Foundation photography contest. And as a teacher, she sponsored after-school photography clubs.
Studios of Cocoa Beach Sally Auman August 2017 Featured Artist
Studios of Cocoa Beach Participant Luminous Wax Group Show January 2020
For more information about her process, or to exhibit or purchase Sally's art feel free to contact Sally .
Article in Rapid River Magazine about Sally Auman
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