INGRID NATHALIE WIZUN
A Glimpse of the Invisible
Julia Cameron 21st Awards
Julia Cameron 20th Awards
Julia Cameron 19th Awards
Julia Cameron 18th Awards
A Glimpse Of The Invisible
String instrumentalist (Violin / Viola), Photographer, Author
-18th Julia Cameron Awards 2021 Honorable Mention Fine Arts Section.
-19th Julia Cameron Awards 2022 Honorable Mention Fine Arts Section
-20th Julia Cameron Awards 2023 Honorable Mention Fine Arts Section
-21th Julia Cameron Awards 2024 Honorable Mention "Women By Women"
-1-24th June 2023 Group exhibit Ph21 Gallery Budapest “Silence”
-5-27th August 2023 Group exhibit Ph21 Gallery New Jersey Us Art 150
Gallery “The Natural and The Artificial
-24th August-16th September Group exhibit Ph21 Gallery Budapest “Time”
-21st September-14th October 2023 Group exhibit Portraits Beyond Faces
Ph21 Gallery Budapest.
The Curated Fridge Autumn 2023 "Extra-Ordinary"
In 2015 the American composer Jeffrey Mumford writes Reflected Air, a
piece for Cello and Saxophone in three movements, inspired by her nature
photography, dedicated to two French musicians.
In 2019, following a tragic and sudden loss, she began to explore her inner
world, now shaken, through the medium of black and white photography.
In October 2020, she sends her application to Klavdij Sluban, French-
Slovenian photographer, as part of “Le MasterKlass”. It is in individual
monthly and collective quarterly meetings that she works with him from
December 2020 to October 2022.
Photography has always been part of her universe from an early age thanks
to her father who was a photographer in his spare time. It was in his
darkroom that he developed large format portraits of his wife and daughters.
The anagram of the word image which gives in French the word magic took
then its full meaning.
Being a musician shapes her intuitively to express the physical aspect of rythme composition and resonance in her images as a mean to catch a world of serendipity and a glimpse of the invisible.