“pale semblance” | archival pigment print mounted to aluminum dibond with satin laminate | Dimensions Variable
Santa Fe, New Mexico photographer Natalie Christensen’s enchanting focus is on banal peripheral settings. Influenced by 25 years as a psychotherapist, her photos favor psychological metaphors. She deconstructs to color fields, geometry and shadow. “Sometimes I get a glimpse of the sublime in these ordinary places.”
Christensen has exhibited in the U.S. and internationally, and recently was a guest of the United Arab Emirates Embassy for the UAE Architecture Delegation. She led photography workshops at The Royal Photographic Society, London and Meow Wolf, Santa Fe and participated in site-specific projects in the U.S and U.K.
The recipient of several prestigious photography awards, Christensen’s work is in the permanent collections of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Indiana and the University of Texas, Tyler. Her photography has been featured in noted fine art publications.