Kathy is a digital photographer who likes to see the beauty in abstract. She is a retired nurse and has reconnected with her camera over the past several years.
Kathy is mostly self- taught, however, she did several courses in film and photography back in the 70’s at the University of Guelph and Conastoga College. She has been a member of Abstract Photography on Facebook for several years and is a member of Camera 35 in St.John’s. In 2019 she was a winner in the Senior art division for the digital photo Catalina Dreamin’. In 2018 and 2019 she had pictures in the Writers at Woody Point art show.
Presently there are two of her photos displayed in the Baccalieu Gallery.
Reflections distort the world around you and inspire magical or dreamlike possibilities. The swirling patterns and colours evoke the psychedelia of the 1960’s and 70’s. Album cover art from this era has been a big influence on my style. I loved the colourful graphics in shows like Walt Disneys Fantasia. I’m particularly drawn to Impressionism in art and photography and love Eduardo Gordeev’s cityscapes.
The work presented here are all abstracted compositions found in every day life around the sea and wharves. Minimally edited and cropped with care.