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'Indivisible IV' Matted Print by Corin Ford Forrester
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This unique 6in x 10.5in print features a woman entwined with beautiful flowers. It's valued at $140. (Matted to 12in x 15in)

It comes matted and signed by the artist, Corin Ford Forrester. It would be a great addition to any room!

All proceeds from the auction go towards the Sacred Water Circle and the Gathering being held on May 2nd - 4th 2014. More information is available here:

If you like this print, be sure to attend the annual Sacred Water Circle Gathering art exhibit taking place on May 2nd from 7-9pm. We will have a variety of esteemed artists and amazing prints, both Native and non-Native. A portion of the sales will go to the Sacred Water Circle.

Artist Biography:

Corin Ford Forrester is an emerging photographic artist with a background in Science (Bsc. University of Guelph 1999).  In 2006 she studied traditional black and white photography at the Haliburton School of the Arts where she received the highest standing in the Sir Sanford Fleming College Photo Arts program.  Since that time she has exhibited and sold her work in numerous festivals and galleries in the Kawarthas, where she is based, and in Toronto and Ottawa. 

In the spring of 2009 she was selected to exhibit work in the Eastern Ontario Artists Market Place at Toronto’s One of A Kind Show. The same year her image Legacy III was awarded the grand prize in the environmental photography exhibition at the Colorado Environmental Film Festival.  Legacy VII was published in the Canadian Journal of Midwifery Research and Practice in the fall of 2010 in an article about the health effects of the uranium cycle on human health. 

In 2012 the work In Harmony was selected to be a part of the Triennial Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Peterborough.  While, in April of 2013 Corin had a solo exhibition in the highly successful SPARK Photography festival in Peterborough, ON.

Corin uses digital photography techniques to blend black and white images of the human form with landscapes both natural and manmade. Her work often explores the tremendous impact that human beings have on the planet, as well the connection between human beings and the natural world.