For Seattle photographer Natalie Fobes her work in the garden is a natural extension of her photography. For years she has designed and photographed gardens and now through her business “Gardens-ago-go” she lends her artistic eye to her clients’ gardens.
Natalie’s fine art prints are in many public, private and corporate collections. Her work has been exhibited at over 30 musuems and galleries. She has received commissions to create new work including grants from the Seattle Art Commission, the Alicia Patterson Fellowship and the Skagit Watershed Council. Her traveling musuem exhibit based on her first book “Reaching Home, Pacific Salmon, Pacific People,” has been seen by over a million people. The 43 piece exhibit was recently purchased for permanent display in its King Salmon, Alaska, Visitor’s Center by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.
Prints are available of any of the photographs you see on this site.
For more information please contact her.