Catherine Nelson

Visual poetry, nature photography and digital design come together in Catherine Nelson’s transcendent landscapes. Each natural environment is dramatically reformed into a perfect globe floating serenely in the heavens.

Currently based in Belgium, Catherine was recently named one of Australia’s ‘Next Generation Leaders’ in the Australian newspaper’s ‘Wish’ magazine. Her images have been shown widely in Europe, Australia and Asia and will feature in the Queensland Festival of Photography 2012 (opening at Queensland Centre for Photography on 30 March).

Catherine Nelson’s works were first present by Alasdair Foster in a solo exhibition in Sydney. He later featured them in the highly successful ‘New Worlds’ exhibition which he conceived for the Museum of Photography Seoul as part of the Year of Friendship celebrations between Australian and the Republic of Korea in 2010.

Below we preview some of Catherine’s latest works from her new series ‘Other Worlds’.


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