Catherine Nelson After leaving school she completed her art education at the College of Fine Arts in Sydney and then moved quickly into the world of film and television, creating visual effects for films such as Moulin Rouge, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban,300, and Australia. The artist uses real pictures to create fascinating imaginary landscapes. I love this idea and it is so interesting. The photos are so visually intriguing and they really make you think as an observer.
Photian Royal goddess Aysu - the goddess of the moon. Aysu is a creation of Itziar to be her daughter and companion. She is the wife of Khurshid. She has many children, but the chief of these children are Asier, Haidee, Garbi, Kurou, and Pinar. This is a depiction of Aysu in her full moon state. The wolf is Lycus, the demon that chases and howls after her.
Catherine Nelson's "Future Memories" series comprises 20 floating worlds, meticulously composed with thousands of assembled details. Visual poetry, nature photography and digital techniques blend together to give shape to these transcendental landscapes. The result is a contemporary pictorial mythology that subtly reminds the viewer of a profound truth: that it is in the flourishing variety of the local that the fate of the world resides.