Each abstract fine art photograph is unique and captures the meditative simplicity of the layers of time embedded into the arroyos and canyons of the Southwest
Museum Quality Standard
Raw & Organic
Each Earth Aura is printed on archival paper made of 70% sisal agave. Sisal thrives in dry, desert climates with very little environmental impact. The rough, yet delicately defined surface texture gives the subject a captivating sense of depth and impresses with a pleasant, soft feel.
Something ancient beckons us when we walk through the pigmented canyons of the American West. The light has a transcendental quality, almost holy, as the land serves as a palimpsest. Millions of years of stories are frozen in time, slowly revealing themselves as lessons to our present generation.
As the wind weathers the rocks we see erosion not as degredation, but recreation. In this meditation on the organic simplicity, I found harmony both in my work and in myself.
This series carries the name Empire of Dirt, a reminder that the only material things left behind when we leave are organic materials suspended in the land itself.
A still life series inspired by the landscape of New Mexico using organic materials found locally while under quarantine. When the virus started to take effect on our communities, I turned to nature and art. I didn't know what else to turn to as I saw job opportunities for myself and others disappear almost overnight. I found solace in studying the earth outside. Nature kept going, kept blooming, and communing with that cycle offered a glimmer of hope. I'm so appreciative of your support!
Covid-19 has brought unprecedented change and hardship to all of our communities worldwide. Our Santa Fe and New Mexico artist communities have felt the impact immediately and dramatically. 10% of profits from each sale will go to the City of Santa Fe's Culture Connects Coalition Artist Relief Fund. The fund is in partnership with the Lannan Foundation which prioritizes grants to historically disadvantaged communities in our area.
Lindsey Calla captures the harmony and essence of place with a refined eye for organic qualities that evoke a sense of connection to the cycles and beauty of nature.
Lindsey is an artist & photographer now residing in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She has over a decade of experience creating in the media industry for brands like Veuve Clicquot, adidas, Barney's New York, The Woolmark Company, COMO Hotels, The Ritz Carlton Reserve, Estèe Lauder, and has been profiled in The New York Times. She is now focusing on fine art photography in New Mexico.
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