After three decades as a photojournalist, including 22 years at The Detroit Free Press, Susan Tusa is now focusing on the natural world in and around The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Based in Northern Michigan, she is hoping, through her current work, to elicit a reverent response to the natural world and to raise money for environmental protection.
Each photograph is hand printed by the artist, using pigment inks and archival papers, making each print unique.*
“There are no unsacred places, there are only sacred places and desecrated places.”
(*Prints larger than 13 inches by 19 inches are printed by WHCC unless otherwise noted.)