Nadia Korths

Nadia Korths

Plattsburgh, United States

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Every day I photograph and share the immediacy and intimacy of nature.
Most every two weeks I create two vibrantly colorful Styrofoam relief print originals on rice paper. Of marsh and horizon scapes and other folk abstract scenes.
I post, since early Dec., 5 to 10 photos, each different, every 10 days, to Redbubble, FineArtAmerica, Crated, Twenty20 and Viewbug. 450 to 500 photos in total.
Saturday will be my 5th Saturday to exhibit to 5,000 people with 120 exhibitors at the Farmers/Arts Market in Jacksonville, FL.
Learning a lot, selling a little. 

Thanks to those who have commented and invited me into groups. Thanks to those who have bought from me.

My portrait is done by Alnesha West, a very talented 21 year old.

  • Joined: August 2011

Journal

Mist images in spring on the marsh

I’ve added three images of the mist in the morning on the marsh taken last week.
Posted 3 months – Leave a comment

This week's vibrant abstracts

My work is about capturing the moment, this week, by embedding bits and pieces of trash into the styrofoam tray bought this week that I use as a plate. It’s all about making my work sustainable, low-impact. It’s a reflection of my passion to live lightly on our planet, our only home. / I also take photos every day of the nature that surrounds me as I walk. Between the two I post five…
Posted 4 months – Leave a comment

Two new abstract nature prints

Grasses in red wind and The next galaxy over are vibrantly colored abstract handpulled styrofoam relief prints. I have also added three shots, differing distances and focus, of the same leaf cluster translucent in the morning sunlight. They make a great series to grace a wall or throw pillows on a couch or daybed.
Posted 5 months – Leave a comment

Thank you to buyer from Canada.

I hope you enjoy your notecards!
Posted over 3 years – Leave a comment