Art and Nature unite us all.
Elizabeth Gadd, a Vancouver based artist and photographer, understands the connection between art, humans and the natural world intimately. Her work beautifully captures the serene, peaceful feeling of being surrounded by wild spaces. She hopes it can inspire people to seek a deeper connection with creativity, nature and themselves.
Gadd says that she feels most at home in the mountains, forests, fields, and ocean. These natural spaces, combined with self-portraiture unite to create moving images highlighting the intimate, emotional relationship we all have with nature.
Her work has helped her amass an organic following of over 700,000 on her social platforms, catering to art and nature lovers alike. Gadd says that she has been drawn to nature for as long as she can remember and that this passion is what drew her to begin photography in the first place over 10 years ago.
Now, she is partnering with The Nature Trust of BC and using her art as a way to support the protection of British Columbia’s wild spaces. Gadd just launched her new limited edition print shop and she has chosen to donate 10 per cent of her print sales to The Nature Trust of BC.
The Nature Trust of BC is incredibly grateful for this generous gift and we encourage everyone to spend some time with Elizabeth Gadd’s work.