/ 2016 / Fine Art / Still Life

Semblance of nature’s diversity

  • Prize
    Bronze in Fine Art/Digitally Enhanced, Silver in Fine Art/Still Life, Gold in Nature/Flowers, 1st Place winner in Nature
  • Photographer
    Anne Hoerter

In this series I have tried to investigate and portray, with my
images, the unique semblance of diversity in the various species
of plants found in nature.
 
Plants do have their own distinct personality.


This may be displayed through a sense of complexity; embracing
colour manifestations; or exhibiting strong visual characteristics.
Often they may be seen as fragile; or providing a sense of
protection due to their size and diminished colour.
There is often a tactile feeling that provides another dimension to
the image.  So frequently, we are oblivious to the wonderful sense
of movement that a plant is constantly revealing.
How enchanting it is to feel a close relationship to the many forms
of nature.
My process of disassembling the plant, photographing each piece
separately under different photographic techniques, reassembling
the many images again plus the use of a dark background allows
these divers plants to display their inimitable forms.

Independent Fine Art Photographer specializing in unique 
forms of botanical images.
Born and raised in Ontario, Canada.
Studied at The Ontario College of Art, Toronto, Canada. Graduated 1990.
Studied interior design at the International Academy of Design, Toronto, Canada 1984-86.
Currently residing in Canada and Germany