I enjoy sharing my work in print and have published several magazines and books, all of which can be viewed in entirety online by clicking on the links below.
The Trailings Project is a 32 page magazine created as a companion piece to my Trailings Exhibit, 2021. Part exhibit guide, part project guide, it describes the project in detail. You can click on the image below to view the magazine at Blurb Books, or view the magazine online at this link.
Point of View 2020 is a 40 page premium magazine detailing my
photographic work from 2020. Click on the magazine cover below to view the entire magazine online. Then click on the image on the screen to move forward and backward through the magazine.
From larger than life vistas to intimate landscapes, the tides and sand create visual art that is constantly in motion. If I was to wish for anything I might wish that I was more comfortable with change, adapting as well as the sands and comfortable with new challenges. But in the meantime, I find solace in the ever changing gifts and joy in the peace of mind that a walk on the beach can bring.
I have compiled some of my favourite images and verse into a magazine called Sandscapes. Click on the link below to view the magazine online. Just click on the pages to move forward and back through the book. Enjoy!
Ranging from devastation through rejuvenation, many emotions are explored and expressed. Click on the image below to view the magazine online, and then click on the pages to move forward and back through the book. Enjoy!
a healing journey from devastation to rejuvenation
“In her “Roots + Wings” exhibition, Sara Harley brings together words and images to create a passionate message about the healing power of the creative process.The words are in the form of short prose poems reflecting Sara’s turmoil of emotions following her husband’s health crisis last year. The images are beautifully crafted composite photographs that merge trees (for Strength) and birds (for Freedom), with background textures to enhance and unify the series. Each image with its accompanying text can be appreciated on its own, but taken together, the sequence forms an inspiring body of work that develops a story which is at once personal and universal.The result is a moving portrait of Sara’s journey toward emotional recovery – and hope for the rest of us facing challenges of our own."