What do collectors, designers and art experts have to say about my fine art photography?
"It spoke to me…art is so subjective and often it just evokes a feeling. I love the subtlety in colour contrast, the depth of colour itself and that it looks so tactile. To me it’s reminiscent of a Japanese textile."
– Pip, Collector, Melbourne Victoria
bought Mountain Ash 20
“I love the blues, and this one just jumped out at me. I love the semi abstract patterns, then when you look closely you can see the trees and shrubs and beautiful detail of nature. There is something calming and beautiful and majestic about it. I absolutely love it."
– Juliet, Collector, Melbourne, Victoria
bought Mountain Ash 24
"[It's like] looking out to the endless void, of variation after variation of grey, the sea at Winter, one of my favourite places..."
– Adam Harding, Director, Centre for Contemporary Photography on Strength at CCP Salon 2019
"Such a stunning image, filled with texture and evoking the feeling that you could almost touch those feathers before they flew away."
– Bec B, Collector, Launceston, Tasmania
bought Lorikeet Abstract
"From a judging point of view the thing that elevated these images are how they offered something left of field within their category. We love how these images work as traditional landscapes as well as aerial imagery (particularly White Village). I think conceptually you made a very smart decision with Marbella by seeing how the image could be seen as underwater. It created a lot of positive discussion amongst the committee."
"Drawing from the brilliant colours found in nature, the work of photographic artist Christine Goerner is at once dreamily ephemeral and shockingly vivid...[it] vibrates with an intensity of colour that has an almost unparalleled ability to fill a room."
Celosia 01, published in Art Edit Magazine,
Autumn Issue 2019
"Happy Christmas! He loves, loves, loves it, so thank you!"
– Fi, Glen Iris, Victoria
bought Sea Spray as a Christmas gift
"Christine Goerner’s sense of line, colour and form is evident in her work. Satisfaction is textural and layered, with a sense of motion created by its flowing, organic forms. It’s a large piece that could sit well as the focal piece in a large, bright family living room."
– Suzanne Gorman, Suzanne Gorman Interior Design, Sydney for Art Edit magazine on Satisfaction