Abstract images do not have an immediate recognizable association with visible, concrete reality. They also are images that originate from reality but create their own reality. I use elements such as colour, light, shadow, line, shape and texture to show memories, feelings, sensations and impressions. My images tell stories and play music, create new realities in a unique and individual way, and sometimes are simply the appreciation of beauty.
With this presentation I hope to inspire photographers of all levels to make pictures in a way that may provide them and their viewers a deeper understanding of their subject, but also great satisfaction and joy.
Ursula Abresch is an Art Photographer based in the West Kootenays in Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. She was born in Argentina, and raised in Chile and Argentina. She moved to the USA to attend university and eventually moved permanently to Canada.
She has been an active art photographer for the last 15 years. Her work is represented by Pacific art Group out of Oakland, California. She has had gallery showings locally in Trail, New Denver and Nakusp, and internationally in California, Denmark, Switzerland, and Kuwait. Her work has sold to collectors and individuals worldwide. She has been featured in various art publications, and recently been on the cover of the ArtDotCom trade magazine.
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