ebecca King is a fine art photographer from New Zealand. She uses photo manipulation to create surreal images that are heavily inspired by animals, nature, symbolism, and the line between reality and fantasy.
Her creative path began with paints and a brush, but she moved on to her greater love, photography, in 2018. Still wishing to use this medium in an artistic way, she picked up a camera and started experimenting. “This has become a new way of painting; all though instead of painting with pigments I paint with light.”
Rebecca believes as artists we can turn our dreams into reality. She feels her recent works come from a place of layering, intuition, and experimentation and exist somewhere in between painting and photography.
“A WORLD WHERE EVERYTHING IS
“Creating brings me a sense of peace and offers me a place to meditate on the beauty in nature and my highest goal is to convey that same feeling of serenity and magic to my audience, offering a window to a world where everything and anything is possible.”
She has sold her works in several group exhibitions, was published 3 years running in the NZ Camera Book, and has also received her PSNZ Licentiate Honours.
Her vision as a fine art photographer is to show how animals, nature, and people are all connected to our magical world, and strives to tell that story through her work. “Nature is an inexhaustible source of inspiration, not subject to fads and trends; it has a timeless beauty.”
This vision inspires her print collections.
2022 3rd Place – PSNZ Canon Online Competition (Round 3)
2021 Silver Medal – Asia Pacific Photography Awards
2021 Licentiate Honours PSNZ
2022 (Feb 11 – March 6) Group Exhibition, Upstairs Gallery, Titirangi, Auckland, NZ
2021 (April) 100 x 100 Annual Art Show, Kerikeri, NZ
2020 (April) 100 x 100 Annual Art Show, Kerikeri, NZ
2020 (Feb) ‘Transient Spaces’ Exhibition, Studio 19, Kerikeri, NZ
2019 (Sep) ‘Tension’ Exhibition, Studio 19, Keri Keri, NZ
2019 (Apr) 100 x 100 Annual Art Show, Turner Centre, Kerikeri, NZ
2018 (Oct) Koast Art Trail, Kerikeri, NZ
2018 (Aug) ‘Online’ Exhibition, Studio 19, Kerikeri, NZ
2022 New Zealand Camera 2022, PSNZ
2021 New Zealand Camera 2021, PSNZ
2020 New Zealand Camera 2020, PSNZ
2019 New Zealand Camera 2019, PSNZ