John Radigan was born and raised in Wickliffe, Ohio and still
resides in the area. He is an artist, writer, lecturer and workshop instructor
respected for his penetrating photographs and captivating print
interpretations of nature's wonders. His artworks draw on
sensibilities developed through years of creative experience in
music, writing, and photography in revealing the inner song, the
cry of our true nature that awakens in the presence of wildness.
He leads workshops throughout the year for various organizations
including the Adirondack Photography Institute and Cleveland
Botanical Garden, enthusiastically sharing a wealth of practical
experience while guiding participants in the process of
uncovering, nurturing and expressing their own unique vision of
the world. His informative and entertaining lectures explore the
richness of the human/nature relationship through compelling
imagery and thoughtful discourse.
John's work has received many awards and been exhibited in
numerous solo and group exhibitions in venues such as Cleveland
Botanical Garden (Cleveland, Ohio); Lake Placid Center for the
Arts (Lake Placid, New York); Lake Metroparks (Kirtland, Ohio);
Arts Center/Old Forge (Old Forge, New York); and the Fine Arts
Association (Willoughby, Ohio).
His work is seen on the walls and in the collections of many
corporations including Merrill Lynch, Floraline Display Products,
InfoRad, International Paper, KeyCorp, Life Cycle Strategies,
Mountainman Outdoor Supply, Peak Performance Sports Medicine,
Prudential Insurance, Thrivent Financial and Xerox.
John's images and writings also appear in his book,
The Adirondack Heart.