|Message from G. Wayne Dwornik
photography by gwd
"If I were to categorize my photography, art or style I suppose it would most accurately or comfortably fit (for me) as “documentary photography”.
Wayne Dwornik has worked for over 26 years in television, (my God!, that's over a quarter of a century! ) and spent 10 years as a photographer, videographer. Born and raised in southern Manitoba, Wayne currently resides in Lethbridge, Alberta with his wife Sandra. Living on the prairies, just 90 minutes from the Rocky Mountains, you can detect in his photographs the influence of the environment around him.
"With a background in art, graphic design and photography, and documentary production and (more recently) with painting in oils, I have called upon my rather diverse interests and techniques to share the design traits found
in my manner of seeing the world around me".
This is of course a work in progress. Please come back as I upload more images on selected themes and adventures. If there is something you would like to see, or wonder how I have approached a certain subject, please send me an email or leave a message. I have many varied interests, as you will soon come to see....
Thank-you for sharing in this experience. I hope you enjoy. gwd
P.S. Check out more of my world athttp://www.flickr.com/photos/gwd4
Follow me on Twitter @dwornik3gwd
on Facebook - "photography by gwd" or
and also at a wonderful web site featuring Waterton - Glacier National Parks, and the eastern Rocky Mountains,
this "Crown of the Continent" project was developed in conjunction with National Geographichttp://www.crownofthecontinent.net
I have submitted articles and photographs for this site.
You can either Search "public art" there;
or Click on this link to the Birds of Prey Centrehttp://www.crownofthecontinent.net/content/alberta-birds-of-prey-centre/cotC4D41B890FBE3C2E8
You can then follow links to my other articles...
And please also visit our city athttp://www.visitlethbridge.com
to check out the arts and culture, attractions, with several links from this site
Another really good site for our region is found at http://www.albertasouthwest.com/
During 2009 we Celebrated the Centennial of our High Level Bridge
(see my collection of images of this historic must-see attraction inside my galleries on this site... enjoy)
P.S. ... and Oh Yes, I certainly do like it here!
photography by gwd