EVEIL: Desirée Patterson Poetic Series To Ignite Awareness About Nature

Desirée Patterson is a Canadian photographic artist, based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her signature works are held in private collections worldwide.
A self-taught artist, Patterson’s work embodies a humanistic approach to the natural world. Whether digitally enhanced or in-camera, her compositions capture conceptual perspectives and in-depth observations of her surroundings.
With a passion for environmental conservation, Patterson attempts to unite viewers with a personal sense of ecological awareness.
Her work often features organic elements and synthetic imagery thoughtfully fused together in an effort to offer insight into the ultimate disconnection of the contemporary individual to their own natural world.

In French, Éveil refers to awakening, the transformation of consciousness that ignites a desire for change.
The Éveil Collection is a photographic series inspired by the artist’s involvement in environmental conservation. The intent is to connect viewers with their own kinship for the natural world.
The compositions present a unique allegory – an internal rhythm that embodies our relationship with the beauty found in nature, contrasted with the realization of human consumption and the impact we have on the planet.
The human form is isolated by layering contours with images of both elements and urban environments.
Pairing masculine and feminine form with industrialism and nature, Éveil brings awareness to a generation where society is becoming ever-more detached from the natural world and consistently more reliant on disposable technology.

EVEIL: Desirée Patterson poetic series to ignite awareness about Nature

EVEIL: Desirée Patterson poetic series to ignite awareness about Nature

EVEIL: Desirée Patterson poetic series to ignite awareness about Nature

EVEIL: Desirée Patterson poetic series to ignite awareness about Nature

EVEIL: Desirée Patterson poetic series to ignite awareness about Nature

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