Encouraging reflection on the beauty and significance of the natural world is central to Corin Ford Forrester’s art.

“Photographing nature and landscapes can be very meditative. It calms my busy   mind and expands my awareness of the exquisite world around me.  I'm provided with the raw materials and inspiration for integrating multiple images into new artworks.”

Corin studied traditional black and white photography at the Haliburton School of the Arts where she received the highest standing in the Sir Sanford Fleming College Photo Arts Program in 2007.  Coming full circle she will be teaching in the program in November 2022.  She also has a degree in Microbiology from the University of Guelph.
Although Corin began her photography career in the darkroom working with film, she now shoots, layers and blends and prints images digitally.  She often prints her own fine art photographs using archival pigment inks.
Since 2007 she has exhibited and sold her photographs in festivals and galleries in the Kawarthas and in Toronto, and Ottawa.  As the Artist In Residence at Quetico Provincial Park, near Thunder Bay Ontario, she travelled by canoe in this special wilderness gathering photographs, inspiration and presenting work to park visitors for 2 weeks in 2014.
She has often been a participant in the Art Gallery of Peterborough's Kawartha Autumn Studio Tour and the AGP’s fundraising art auction.  The Elaine Fleck Gallery in Toronto has shown her work in group exhibitions several times, most recently in 2020.
Corin has had a busy year of art festivals including The SPARK Photography Festival in Peterborough,  the Buckhorn Festival of the Arts , the Muskoka Arts & Crafts Summer Show, The Haliburton Arts & Crafts Festival and Art In The Square in Toronto.
During the fall of 2022 her image Arboreal Observation #5-Pine will be on display at the Orillia Museum of Art & History as part of The Carmichael Canadian Landscape Exhibition: Tradition Transformed.
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