TwirlNovember 29, 2019
ScreamNovember 29, 2019
Margot: HarvestNovember 29, 2019
Basila: LoveNovember 29, 2019
Dreams and Fantasies – Orange TreeApril 3, 2017
Dreams and Fantasies – North of MendocinoApril 3, 2017
Dreams and Fantasies – YosemiteApril 3, 2017
Dreams and Fantasies – CactiApril 3, 2017
The Flowers – AnemoneApril 2, 2017
The Flowers – Pink TulipApril 2, 2017
The Flowers – Three PoppiesApril 2, 2017
The Flowers – Pink DahliaApril 2, 2017
Into the Light – White GoddessApril 2, 2017
Into the Light – Wild FlowersApril 2, 2017
Into the Light – HemlockApril 2, 2017
Into the Light – RoseApril 2, 2017
Markings-River of AncestorsMarch 29, 2017
Markings-BigtopMarch 29, 2017
Markings-Three FiguresMarch 29, 2017
Markings-BathMarch 29, 2017
Threads of Grace 1March 29, 2017
Threads of Grace 3March 28, 2017
Threads of Grace 4March 27, 2017
Threads of Grace 2March 26, 2017
Niki Berg’s work has been published in books, catalogues and monographs including “In Their Mothers’ Eyes,” “Sacred Connections, Stories of Adoption,” and “A Gate Unfastened, Mothers and Daughters.” She is a recipient of an Artist Fellowship Award and the Catalogue Project Award from the New York Foundation for the Arts for “A Gate Unfastened.” She has received the Annenberg Medical Arts Award for “When Death Comes,” and has been a fellow at Yaddo as well as the MacDowell Artist Colonies. Most recently she was invited to participate in Art Cart, Saving the Legacy, an intergenerational art project sponsored by Columbia University and NYU to document the work of the elder artists with the help of the graduate students.
How Continuum Informs My Art
I lived most of my life holding my breath. A difficult way to be.
By practicing Continuum for over twenty years, using breath and sound to move through all the layers of dense, held feelings–fear, anxiety, anger–I’ve been able to release these and thus receive and give love. To myself and all things on the planet.
My photographs are an extension of my life. I view my subjects with feelings of open curiosity, and engage with them–the flowers–wherever they are in their process of moving through time. For me every stage is beautiful. Every stage to be honored.
I will always be grateful to Emilie Conrad for guiding me to the wonder and infinite possibilities in our precious life.