A lifelong photographer, Celia began to study photography and hang her first exhibits in her early 20s. She became an independent assignment photographer to support herself in work closely allied with her artistic passions.
Celia ultimately specialized in photographing designed spaces - interiors, architecture, and gardens. Her images were published for many years in national and regional magazines. Book credits include Pure Sea Glass; Wayne L. Good Architect: Tradition, Elegance, Repose; and Molten Beauty: The Soul of American Galvanizing Plant.
In the late 1990s, gradually returning to "inner driven" work as her primary focus, Celia once again began to exhibit in galleries, and then in museums. Her art has been privately collected for many years and is in several corporate and museum collections.
For more, please visit the Celia Pearson portfolio site.
Photo above by Doug Coulson