“degas said, ‘art is not what you see, but what you make others see.’ in the field of photography, most of that challenge is being in the right place at the right time. dawning and river gorge are perfect examples of this: from lighting to perspective to change over time, these images would be completely different if any aspect deviated from the moment of creative capture.”
sarah e.n. kohrs (she/her) is an artist and writer, with over 90 journal publications of her poetry and photography. she is the 2022 kingdoms in the wild poetry award recipient for her chapbook, chameleon sky. sarah has a teaching license, endorsed in latin and visual arts, and homeschools, as well as works in her pottery studio, creating clay art to savor. she lives in shenandoah valley, virginia, kindling hope amidst asperity.