Ida Harm has been working for over 10 years both with photography and painting and focusing on a dear subject as the “tree”, ancestral symbol of countless meanings. With personal techniques and aesthetics that distinguish her, Ida Harm tresures the impressionist poetics whilst interpreting nature with modern photographic perspective and digital touches. Of Venetian origin, in the last years the artist has shown her talent in many exhibitions and International and National Contemporary Art Fairs obtaining positive approval from critic and people.
Since the 2011, UN International Year of the Forests, the "painter of the trees" has started a hard work in order to sensitize people towards respecting and protecting these living beings. Ida works and lives in Padua.
In her website you can read this payoff which can synthesize the main purpose of her work: "celebrating trees through art".
Only when the last tree has been cut down; Only when the last river has been poisoned; Only when the last fish has been caught; Only then will you find that money cannot be eaten.…Read More