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Lingering...Soulful Reflections, is a beautiful photographic journal of reflective verse. This inspirational coffee table book, Lingering- Soulful Reflections has writings by Judith Dancing and photography by Brian Wolf and is the first in a series of Soulful Reflections. Lingering...Soulful Reflections is a book that begins the journey into the stages of faith development. A wonderful gift offering a journey of introspection, awareness and ultimately feeling at home in ourselves, our families, our communities, our world and the universe that we inhabit. 105 pages, 50 Color photos. 8.5 x 11 in. Hardcover.
Judith Dancing graduated from U W Parkside, Magna Cum Laude in 1990 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology and was awarded the "Graduate Of The Year Award". She also focused on minor degrees in Performing Arts and Women's Studies, co-founding "The Women's Center" at Parkside in 1989. As a Reclamation Artist, Judith enjoys finding new and creative ways of viewing and using, found and discarded objects. For the last 19 years and currently, she is an Empowerment Therapist, specializing in addictions, at the Professional Services Group,Inc.,Outpatient Clinic in Kenosha, Wisconsin. In addition, Judith works at Kenosha's Hillcrest School, reclaiming youth at risk for substance abuse and addiction as well as being the Program Coordinator/Case Manager of therapeutic referrals for Kenosha County's Juvenile Court Intake Pilot Program for first time offender's. She is a Certified Social Worker, a Wisconsin and Internationally Certified Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor and a Nationally Certified Gambling Counselor II. Judith is a lecturer and a wide eyed student of life. She resides in Salem, Wisconsin in a small cottage in the woods, enjoying her children, grandchildren, her gardens and her process.
Brian Wolf, from Kenosha, Wisconsin enjoys being outdoors and has photographed nature for many years. His photography has taken him to parks, natural areas, wildlife refuges and many of our country’s National Parks. To accomplish the many aspects of nature photography Brian regularly uses wide angle, telephoto, and macro lenses.
Simply changing a lens for the same scene can dramatically alter the perspective.
Several of his bird photos are currently being used in the Kickapoo Valley Reserve’s online bird identification guide. One of his Greater Prairie Chicken photos was used as the holiday postcard reminder of the 2010 Prairie Chicken Festival. Four of his photos appear in the 2010 Wisconsin Wildlife Federation Conservation Calendar. The Florida Breast Cancer Foundation used one of his Christmas cards for their November online newsletter. In addition to his exhibit – Nature’s Kaleidoscope – at the Thrivent Gallery, he is scheduled to exhibit his photos at the Kenosha Public Museum in 2011. He also won the Wisconsin Association of Lakes photo contest and was a semi-finalist in the National Wildlife Refuge photo contest.
Brian enjoys sharing his photos with others by designing Christmas Cards, calendars, and note cards and other items. Lingering … Soulful Reflections, a recent hardbound coffee table book, showcases his photography.