Elizabeth Hosking explores light, space and nature through serene landscape photography. Each piece is contemplative and stripped back, shaped by the impact of natural light at different times of the day.
This creates a sense of soft, cyclical mystery which attracts viewers, encouraging them to spend more time investigating the relationship between human nature and land.
Hosking’s work is spontaneous - a byproduct of exploring a new place, rather than her singular focus.
Bachelor Arts in Visual Communication, RMIT
Masters of Arts (Arts Management), RMIT