Libby Beall Goff
Libby has created an extensive repertoire of photographic images with over three decades of experience in traditional black and white photography, time intensive hand-painted work, mixed-media art and collaborative art. Published images range from the importance of celebrating cultures, childhood innocence, the power of mother nature, animals, relationship, mixed-media, and quirky moments in time.
Her images range from the Lower 9th ward in New Orleans to Haiti, European culture to Southwest landscapes, and the African plains to the majesty of Colorado. Her works resonate with the viewer, inspiring everyone to connect an image with a “story” from his or her own life.
Goff donates a great deal of her professional resources to the Dallas-Haiti Project, a non-profit organization she co-founded 21 years ago. Goff travels with many non-profits as a photographic documentarian and will continue creating art exploring significant themes of life: love, the human connection and beauty of our natural world.
“Storytelling in a still shot, I dream to create images that quietly resonate in the hearts and minds of people from all walks of life. An image you feel as we explore significant themes of life: love, nature and the human connection.”
She splits her time between Creede, Colorado and Dallas, Texas sharing life with her husband, Rusty and their three adult children.
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