Photographer Catherine Roberts Leach is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images. From the series ‘Through the Looking Glass’. To see Catherine’s body of work, click on any photograph.
This abstract series resulted from the realization that, while I could no longer go out among them because of the virus, or even into town now to shoot as I used to, I could stay home and still look at the world through cubed privacy glass windows installed in a few outside walls of our house in Santa Fe. So, in reflecting the Santa Fe skies and landscapes in surreal photographs that look manipulated, but are completely real, I find a way to remain creatively connected to the surrounding world.
Bio I was born and spent my childhood in New York City. Later, my studies were in English Literature and I became a writer for hire, and later an editor and co-publisher with my husband of an award-winning, nationally-distributed journal for seven years in California. Art has always been one of my life's central elements. I lived for many years in Los Angeles, before moving to Santa Fe, New Mexico in 2017, where photography is my main focus and primary creative expression and obsession ever since. The work continues...
All images and text © Catherine Roberts Leach
By Catherine Roberts Leach
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These are absolutely fabulous…and an inspiration.
An excellent, creative project during days of isolation. The abstract colors and shapes of the Santa Fe landscape are vividly stunning.