Making the ordinary...
Anne Prather is a photographer and digital artist working in the Seattle area. Born blind, Anne wasn't able to see detail until a cataract operation restored sight to her left eye when she was 34 years old. Both her fractal art and her photography reflect her abiding sense of wonder at Nature and her love for Nature's God.
Listen to samples from each of Aislinn's six recordings, learn about other people Aislinn has worked with and go to Aislinn's site
Whenever Anne has learned to do something well, she's found herself teaching it. Math, Spanish, biology, and music have all benefitted from her unique style. Her Perfect Practice method has yielded impressive results in all these areas.
Read Anne's novel exerpts, stories, and non-fiction.
So what do you do when you have deeply analytical opinions about everything? You write a blog, of course. Or maybe two or three blogs. Here are all of Anne's musings on different subjects for your amusement and edification.
Here is the story of how this site came to be, including the story of Anne's journey into sight.
We like to keep visitors updated about what's going on at SRA. We'll let you know where you can find our art, music and other stuff.
Years of learning how to see have made Anne very aware of design issues. On these pages you'll find out about all her design projects. You will also be able to read her articles.
These are the products we produce and the places where you can buy them.
Here are the links that will let you find Anne on email or on Facebook.