Gail Moreland is an award-winning photographer, a mystery writer, and a former trial lawyer based in Woodstock, Illinois. In addition to exhibitions, her photographs have been published in Midwest Prairie Review, a literary journal of the University of Wisconsin Madison, and showcased in McHenry County Magazine. She participates in Rockford Art Scene. She is a member of Northwest Area Arts Council. Please visit her website at Gail Moreland Photography.com.
Gail's passion is translating the beauty around us into photographs she can share. A native Midwesterner, her photographs reflect the simplicity of the rural Midwestern landscape. Weathered sheds; sandy beach paths; meandering streams; pounding Lake Michigan surf--all are her favorite outdoor subjects. Door County, Wisconsin, is a favorite destination. Indoors, Gail photographs food and wine, using only window light.
Photography is chasing light to capture the emotion of the scene. Through composition and the restrained use of color, Gail's images evoke tranquility and peace. The reason for clicking the shutter is the final print, the physical expression of the photographer's vision, the emotional connection between the photographer and the viewer. Gail prints her images, devoting as much, or more, time to making the final print as she does to making the image.
Gail's art will enhance your home, vacation cottage, or office for years to come.