Sally Lennon is a photographer from Port Augusta, South Australia. Shooting weddings and performing commercial work in her earlier years, she moved on to become an accomplished landscape and nature photographer, her work widely exhibited in Port Augusta and across her home state.
Diagnosed with brain cancer in 2016, surgery to remove a tumour left her with partial loss of sight in both eyes and double-vision. What might otherwise have proved a career ending event, Sally continued to pursue her passion for photography which also became a form of therapy for her during her recovery.
In this series, she works with dyes and oil in water to create wonderfully vivid abstracts of wild colour and form.
Of her work seen on Fine Art House, Sally says, “I started working with dye, oil in water. It is amazing, because every time you attempt it, you never know what you are going to get, which is much like life.”