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Catherine Adams


Catherine’s extensive time in European gardens, museums, and palaces have colored how she views the world. A decade ago, Adams began to recompose photographic elements of the real world into narrative and decorative tableaux.

The photographic print became a space for pushing the boundary between photograph, traditional printing, and painting. Using 19th-century printing processes, Catherine handprints traditional black-and-white images examining public spaces, gardens, and art. Prints have won awards, been published in Black & White Magazine and been exhibited in juried, curated, and solo shows.