Photography By Catherine W Singer
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Catherine W Singer is a life-long photographer specializing in nature, landscape, travel, and portraits. She enjoys experimenting with new techniques for her art and has been an Orange County resident since 1988.
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Her 8X10” digital collage, The Art of Pollination was taken at the Upper Las Virgenes Canyon Open Space Preserve (formerly Ahmanson Ranch) this past February. It is printed on canvas, and stretched on a wood frame, for easy hanging. Signed and dated on the back. $125.
Purple Bells, an 10X8” digital collage, was photographed at the Clairemont California Botanical Garden (CBG) this past March. In 1927, CBG’s, (formerly Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden) visionary founder, Susanna Bixby Bryant, saw the increasing pressure exerted by development on California’s native plants and habitats. She set aside 200 acres of her Santa Ana Canyon Ranch as a native plant garden in memory of her father,
John William Bixby. It is printed on canvas, and stretched on a wood frame, for easy hanging. Signed and dated on the back. $125.
Laguna Wilderness Spring, is a 12X12” digital collage. This bird was recently photographed at the Laguna Coast Wilderness Park. These forty miles of trails through oak and sycamore woodlands, and onto ridges with scenic vistas, is set within some of the last remaining coastal canyons in Southern California. It is printed on canvas, and stretched on a wood frame, for easy hanging. Signed and dated on the back. $125.