About the Photographer
To let you know a little of me: I am a mother of three wonderful grown children and I am blessed with three amazing grandchildren. I am married to my best friend. I was born the daughter of a mining engineer, so I have lived from one side of the United States to the other. (Which I might say was an adventure.) Due to that time of my life, I grew to have a great love for animals and an even great love for art. As they say, I learned my art honestly, since most of my family was and is very talented.
After many, many years in the medical field, I went back to college and got my degrees in Fine Art, Graphic Design and Certificate in Photography.
Photography is a special kind of art. I can capture special moment and freeze them in time. I will tell your story with those images and every time you look at those photographs you will be experiencing that wonderful time and those memories you made that day.
I also am a Fine Artist. I paint with oil paints. I paint mostly landscapes but I do paint portraits and animals.
I have an Associates in Applied Science-Graphic Design. I would be honored to be able to create your announcements, thank yous or anything else.
Thank you for your time. I hope to speak to you in person.
When I see this old wagon wheel I am home. It is in my yard out front. It is a special piece that brings me straight home.
This was a few years ago, we said good-bye to my mom. Dad passed away many years before.
I remember the tower of fire. It scared my granddaughter. The smells and the food was delicious. The company was even better.
Lacey's Saddle, boots, saddle blanket and her gear.
Lead Me Home
This is the Portage Entry Lighthouse on Lake Superior. It is down the way from our Grandparents/now our home.
To My Parents
Broken piece of Ghirardelli chocolate for advertising. I can still smell the chocolate and carmel.
Pen and Ink
Pen and Ink done by Michael Lane (Brother)
Needle Point done by Winnifred Lane (Grandmother)
Winnie J II and Lighthouse
The lighthouse is the Portage Entry Lighthouse Oil Painting by William H. Lane (Father)
Water Color done by Bill Lane (Brother)
Country Roads Leading Home
Oil Painting done by Winnifred Lane (Grandmother)