Karey Walter is a recognized fine art, black and white photographer and educator. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1968, she holds a M.F.A. degree from this University of Utah. Ms. Walter currently directs the photography program at The Lovett School in Atlanta, Georgia, where she has taught for the past nineteen years. Ms. Walters' collection varies from black & white and color documentary photography, to landscapes from across the United States, Mexico, and Europe. Her current body of work is based on mixed media concepts. Mixed media, in visual art, refers to an artwork in the making of which more than one medium has been employed. Ms. Walter uses photography, resins, oil pastels, acrylic paint, various gel mediums and varnishes in her abstract works on canvas. Her method of image transfer is by using a silicone foundation that allows the photographic image dyes to transfer into the silicone, giving a fluid three-dimensional foundation. She has a sensitive vision of her surroundings and an appreciation of various cultures. Her works have been displayed throughout the United Sates, Mexico, Italy, and France. Her works are included in numerous private and museum collections. In addition to creating art she has taught workshops with SCAD, The Rocky Mountain School of Photography, Spoleto Study Abroad, The Pozos Art Project, Atlanta Celebrates Photography, The Showcase School, and The Society of Photo Educators.
Bed Springs at ranch
Tree in Pozos
Juan working in the fields
Juan with his mother
Woman on hike
Rancher giving me directions
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