Janusz Wrobel

As a full-time art photographer, I consider landscape photography to be a visually engaging platform for current environmental challenges and debates: it evokes the familiar natural world, part of artistic tradition and our cultural iconography, and heightens our understanding of the many physical, biological and temporal processes that shape this world and our present relationship to it. In our culture shorelines always fueled our curiosity and our imagination, and foster our initiative. I use it them a broad stage for a viewer to confront the abstract quality of time and space so inherent in the vastness of the Canadian environment.