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Habitats: City, Coast and Forest

Book Flatlay Cover Front Transparent Trio[1] Frame 83

A collectable trio of hardcover books

Caroline Cameron, Far North Queensland 17 06 32 pm (2022), Limited Edition Print

Designer Gallery Rayé

Adelaide‐based Caroline immerses herself within emotive and dynamic landscapes as a restorative and cleansing part of her process. Drawn to the contributing and affecting presence of light, her works are a capture of the ephemeral and become a celebration of the rare and raw underlying narratives and diversity of the Australian rural landscape.

It is the detail and the curated elimination of elements, that becomes an identifier of Caroline’s work. While her background in design sees her mould and shape the physical world, her pull to the unyielding and untamed fuels her approach. Through instilling a meditative and repetitive framework, she immerses herself as an observer, and allows the resulting scenes to unfold.

Description

Adelaide‐based Caroline immerses herself within emotive and dynamic landscapes as a restorative and cleansing part of her process. Drawn to the contributing and affecting presence of light, her works are a capture of the ephemeral and become a celebration of the rare and raw underlying narratives and diversity of the Australian rural landscape.

It is the detail and the curated elimination of elements, that becomes an identifier of Caroline’s work. While her background in design sees her mould and shape the physical world, her pull to the unyielding and untamed fuels her approach. Through instilling a meditative and repetitive framework, she immerses herself as an observer, and allows the resulting scenes to unfold.

Product Details & Specifications

Caroline Cameron – Far North Queensland 17 06 32 pm (2022) available in framed and unframed sizes.

About The Designer

Adelaide-based Caroline immerses herself within emotive and dynamic landscapes as a restorative and cleansing part of her process. Drawn to the contributing and affecting presence of light, her works are a capture of the ephemeral and become a celebration of the rare and raw underlying narratives and diversity of the Australian rural landscape.

It is the detail and the curated elimination of elements, that becomes an identifier of Caroline’s work. While her background in design sees her mould and shape the physical world, her pull to the unyielding and untamed fuels her approach. Through instilling a meditative and repetitive framework, she immerse herself as an observer, and allows the resulting scenes to unfold.

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