A resident of Alberta since 1978, Stewart's photography is inspired by the outdoors and the wonders of the landscape. While mostly self-taught, he has studied with Freeman Patterson, Sally Mason, Andre Gallant and Billy Currie. His work is a combination of traditional landscape photography and photo impressionism.
The art in photography lies in its composition, with commitment to the image. Impressionism in photography creates an abstract image allowing the viewer to interpret, rather than see, the image. What is seen is a reflection of interpretations, by both the viewer and the photographer, making the camera a two-way lens.
Photo courtesy of Louise Tanguay.