Arlene Willnow is a photographer living in Fort Pierce, FL. She took up
photography as a hobby a couple years ago and it has blossomed into true
love. She enjoys photographing animals and the beautiful water lilies found
at McKee Gardens, and has traveled to Hawaii, Costa Rica and the Grand
Canyon looking for “that perfect shot”. A member of the Indian River Photo
Club and the Vero Beach Art Club, she has won many ribbons in the Photo
Club and awards in a variety of juried competitions.
Lisa Willnow is a photographer and multimedia artist living and working in
Vero Beach, FL. She has been exploring photography for several years and
has recently begun to pursue an artistic career. She enjoys photographing
animals and documenting unspoiled nature. She has won awards in a
variety of juried competitions. Her photos have appeared in and won awards
in art gallery and museum exhibitions throughout the United States.
SHELLEY STANG was born in Jackson, Michigan. She has traveled
extensively through the US, Caribbean Islands, United Kingdom and Costa
Rica. Whether it is colorful fish and sea life, gorgeous fabrics or the scenery
encountered on her travels, color and texture have been constants in
Shelley’s life. She started taking photographs a couple years ago as a hobby
with her mother and sister. She joined the Indian River Photo Club in 2010
and went on to win many ribbons in the club. In 2011, she won 1st
Place in Color at the Annual McKee Gardens Photo Contest and recently
placed 1st in Color-Flora at the Annual IRPC Contest held at the Vero Beach
Museum of Art. She currently uses a Kodak Z981 digital camera. Her
specialty is flowers, especially the lilies and lotus blossoms at McKee
Gardens. She loves to experiment with composition and digital manipulation.
Her ultimate goal with each photograph is to form an image that could not be
seen without the use of a camera, to stretch and
bend recorded reality into something more.