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Sue McGlothlin

Sue McGlothlin Photography

Louisburg, NC

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Clients: "Pictures for the soul" and "Leave it to you to turn a 123 year old Victorian home with peeling paint, into something that looks like it came from the pages of Dickens's Christmas Carol!"

Growing up in Ketchikan, Alaska, I was inspired by the extraordinary sights of the Pacific Northwest from an early age. Essentially self-taught, I became interested in photography while living in Washington and developing my first photograph in a high school dark room. Years of working full time and raising children didn't provide free time to pursue my creative passions. In 2010, my architect husband and grand daughter and I moved from California and bought a historic house and farm in Bunn, North Carolina. I became inspired by the beauty and history that surrounds me in our new home. I literally wore out my old camera, taking pictures of the wildlife and historic buildings near our home. I love exploring the beautiful state of North Carolina, finding the extraordinary in the ordinary and creating one of-a-kind images. See Press Releases for more information and links to sites.

AWARDS
- Peoples' Choice Winner for Slow Exposures 2012 "Behind The Curtains".

HONORS
- SlowExposures 2014, My image, "Red Perm" one of seventy images out of 1,100, was juried into the show.

FEATURES
- CNN's Photo Blog http://cnnphotos.blogs.cnn.com/2012/08/29/slow-exposures-celebrating-the-rural-south/
- The cover of Kitchen Drawer Illustrated Magazine, Volume 4, Issue 6.
- SlowExposures 2012, Ten Year Anniversary, Celebrating Photography of the Rural South, page 13.

I'm pleased to announce, as of August 1, 2013, I will be showing my work at The Cotton Company, Wake Forest, North Carolina.

COPYRIGHT NOTICE
This artist's work does not belong to the public domain. All images within this gallery are protected under copyright laws and international conventions. No portion of this artist's work may be downloaded, reproduced, published, copied, manipulated, linked or transferred electronically or used in any way without the artist's written permission.

 

Behind the curtains - Peoples Choice Award by Sue McGlothlin

 

Crows in the woods by Sue McGlothlin

 

Fall shadows by Sue McGlothlin

 

The weeping angel by Sue McGlothlin

 

Free At Last by Sue McGlothlin

 

The long walk home by Sue McGlothlin

 

Marty by Sue McGlothlin

 

Magnolia by Sue McGlothlin

 

Pumpkin collection by Sue McGlothlin

 

The Old Water Mill by Sue McGlothlin

 

Crawford's Window by Sue McGlothlin

 

Open the door by Sue McGlothlin

 

Dreaming of Spring by Sue McGlothlin

 

The Onion Field by Sue McGlothlin

 

The orange and sparrow by Sue McGlothlin

 

Proof that dogs smile by Sue McGlothlin

 

Lifes A Beach by Sue McGlothlin

 

Sand and fences by Sue McGlothlin

 

Sunflower heaven by Sue McGlothlin

 

Laurel Mill - front by Sue McGlothlin

 

Waiting for Mom by Sue McGlothlin

 

Brother and Sister by Sue McGlothlin

 

Bluebird on my tree by Sue McGlothlin

 

Old Testament by Sue McGlothlin

 

Strike a pose by Sue McGlothlin

 

An angel's flowers by Sue McGlothlin

 

Pine Crystals by Sue McGlothlin

 

Frozen in time by Sue McGlothlin

 

Frozen bench by Sue McGlothlin

 

Andrews Moore Christmas by Sue McGlothlin

 

Country store by Sue McGlothlin

 

Sally the sheep by Sue McGlothlin

 

Snow and pecan tree by Sue McGlothlin

 

Tobacco barn by Sue McGlothlin

 

Pretty In Pink by Sue McGlothlin

 

Frosty flowers by Sue McGlothlin

 

Northern Flicker by Sue McGlothlin

 

Angel watching over us by Sue McGlothlin

 

Cascine Mill by Sue McGlothlin

 

Water break by Sue McGlothlin

 

Misty morning by Sue McGlothlin

 

Homeless Hare by Sue McGlothlin

 

Through the screen door by Sue McGlothlin

 

Feeding time by Sue McGlothlin

 

Tobacco farm by Sue McGlothlin

 

The road to Thomas Jefferson's house by Sue McGlothlin

 

Change is in the air by Sue McGlothlin

 

Frozen Reflections by Sue McGlothlin