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Marsha Williamson Mohr has actively been taking photographs for some twenty. She has had many of her photographs in publications such as Country, Farm and Ranch Living, Indiana and Virginia Tour Guides, on postcards, calendars, in books and catalogues. Her "Claim to Fame" is photographing rural scenes and structures, even though she will have an occasional mountain or autumn scene published. Marsha's photographs are recognized by her style. Her work composing these unique rural scenes are what she aspires for; viewing, striving, arranging over and over until it's perfect, with her own individual inventive technique.

Her latest accomplishment is her new publication, "Indiana Barns" published October 2010 by Indiana University Press. This publication has won her the distinguished IPPY Award for Best in Midwestern Nonfictional Class. "Indiana Covered Bridges," Marsha's second book, was…

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  • Born on November 28
  • Joined December 28, 2009

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About

Marsha Williamson Mohr has actively been taking photographs for some twenty. She has had many of her photographs in publications such as Country, Farm and Ranch Living, Indiana and Virginia Tour Guides, on postcards, calendars, in books and catalogues. Her "Claim to Fame" is photographing rural scenes and structures, even though she will have an occasional mountain or autumn scene published. Marsha's photographs are recognized by her style. Her work composing these unique rural scenes are what she aspires for; viewing, striving, arranging over and over until it's perfect, with her own individual inventive technique.

Her latest accomplishment is her new publication, "Indiana Barns" published October 2010 by Indiana University Press. This publication has won her the distinguished IPPY Award for Best in Midwestern Nonfictional Class. "Indiana Covered Bridges," Marsha's second book, was released fall 2012 and received the IPPY Bronze Medal award for Best Regional Non-Fiction. Her third book is due to be released March 25, 2015. It's title is "Parke County, Indiana's Covered Bridge Capital."

She was just accepted into the Indiana Artisans, a organization which puts a juried quality stamp on her work. Check it out on http://www.indianaartisan.org/artisans/artists/marsha-williamson-mohr/.

Marsha claims to have the best two jobs anyone could ask for. She is also a registered nurse working at a local hospital in acute care settings and at a surgery center giving direct patient care. The hands on caring, and making a difference in one role; being alone, photographing the country, seeing the sights and sounds of nature, and creating a massive library of images, in the other.

Check out her website at marshawilliamsonmohr.zenfolio.com.

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