Elaine Booth, located in Studio 303 at Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment, uses hyper detail in her watercolor and multimedia pieces to examine the relationship between macro and micro within contemporary landscape. She uses story, composition, and vibrant color to create vast and alive images that bring the viewer closer to wild places and themselves.

Booth is an avid rock climber, kayaker, backpacker, and lover of wild places; and uses those experiences to inform and inspire her work.

Booth uses contemporary landscape to understand the importance of scale and detail within ecosystems, land, and wild places, as well as our relationships, the spaces we occupy, and ultimately ourselves.