Photography by Eva Bouzard-Hui

Eva Bouzard-Hui's interest in photography started in 1972 by shooting collages of existing images
with flowers arrangements or other object. in her immediate surroundings. Eva's photographs
also include friends and strangers as they interact with their own stories. Her recent trip to Italy,
featured among the collection of images displayed below, is a perfect example of this approach.

  Photography by Eva Bouzard-Hui  
 

Taking pictures at Crane's Mill has taught me to look at everything more closely. Hopefully one can find, in the pictures of people that I have taken
at Crane's Mill, a relationship to their surrounds that I have found very exciting. I try to walk around Crane's Mill at different times of day. Frosty
mirrors on the Crane's Mill bu, as well as the people I meet on the trail around the complex. capture my imagination. My photographs are a way
to make my visual experiences last. My sources of inspiration for this exhibition come not only from Crane's Mill but also from my recent trip to Italy.

  My interests lie in the following areas: people, places, and events. This exhibition consists of 45 photographs
chosen from over 750 taken. It was a hard choice and required many apologies for the ones not shown.
My gratitude also goes to the shots that taught me how "not to do things". I have decided to write something
about some of the photographs to help you see the visual image more clearly! Taking photographs is a way
of training my eyes to see, and matching this with my mind and heart. All of my senses should be on alert
when I snap the photo. I admit some of my senses are sent on vacation by the spontaneity of the moment.
I want my photography to show a gamut of emotions from a lost child wondering where is his hope
when his mom is in prison, to children enjoying laughter in their play on green grass.
When you give these images your time, I give you my appreciation.
                 
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