Catherine Wingfield Artist Photograph
The Cotswolds have
something for everyone
Chez Catherine Wingfield
A wonderful tour at Soulscapes Photographer Catherine Wingfield’s park in the Cotswolds, UK,
from where Catherine gets many of her sources of inspiration. What a privileged and connected moment of sharing in her awesome park.
Thank you Catherine for being an amazingly gracious host to us!
Guided by the vast depth of poetry and philosophy written in honour of the living world over centuries, Wingfield has developed her own photographic language. Her work is often a visual dialogue with existing texts, poems or even music.
The work is characterised by an unashamed quest for a divine beauty and a spiritual presence infused in landscape. Her investigation of the living world takes us on a pilgrimage across many soulscapes.
#LeSpotExperience at @catherinewingfield_photography
Multi sensory journey with photographic artist Catherine Wingfield at her home in the Cotswolds in the United Kingdom.
Catherine draws her inspiration from the living world. Concentrating on long-term projects, her practice is driven by an urge to uncover the purity and deep mystery of our ecosphere and to monumentalise the small and the often overlooked flora and fauna that are intrinsic to life on this planet.
An evening never to forget in the countryside in the Cotswolds, UK. Our deepest gratitude dear Maritzina Slater for your incredible hospitality in your beautiful home.
Maritzina, founder of @acchalondon is passionate about sustainable business with
unique designs for Living, Wearing and Giving. She has a unique talent for sourcing
antiques and vintage textiles and creating very special atmospheres
amongst the trees
Amazing tour of Sezincote House and the gardens by owner Camilla Peake - thank you @camillajpeake for this truly unique moment!
At the heart of a traditional, family-run estate covering 3,500 acres of rolling Cotswold countryside stands a 200-year-old Mogul Indian palace, set in a romantic landscape of temples, grottoes, waterfalls and canals reminiscent of the Taj Mahal. The house was designed by Samuel Pepys Cockerell, built in 1805, and is a notable example of Neo-
Mughal architecture, a 19th-century reinterpretation of 16th and 17th-century architecture from the Mughal Empire. We were hosted by @CamillaPeak for a spectacular private tour.
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Thank you @mystylebagsofficial de nous avoir accompagnées lors de ce sublime voyage dans les Cotswolds! Lorenza a su donner une âme à sa marque, elle a remplacé son logo par notre monogramme brodé, Merci @lollabellora