Did you know you and I are interacting with nature much less often than past generations did? That's not good for our health.

Science says that nature nurtures us.

It even nurtures us when we bring it indoors and simply look at it. That means we have an opportunity to adorn the walls in our homes and offices with art that works for our well-being.

I’m Julie Isaac, and I help you cultivate wellness in an effortless, beautiful way through intentional indoor exposure to Sylva Nature’s fine art.

I've been developing my unique style of macro nature photography for 20 years. During that time, I've been on a journey to find sustainable ways to reduce the impact of stress on my own body. Since childhood my favorite thing to do in my spare time is find a way to enjoy nature. So I was thrilled to find out that it's good for me! Hot, humid weather and outdoor allergens aren't my friends though, so I use an indoor jungle of houseplants and nature photography on my walls to get nature exposure all year long.

I create restorative fine art photography in botanical gardens and parks across the world. I'm endlessly fascinated by the exquisite textures and patterns of nature. Some people describe my artwork as enjoying nature from the perspective of a honeybee. You might find me at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks in Fayetteville, Arkansas getting up close and personal with plants and enjoying learning their names.

I'm proud to be a 2016 International Garden Photographer of the Year AWARD WINNER.

Sylva Nature invests in the preservation of biodiversity on earth through Botanic Gardens Conservation International.

sylva \ˈsil-və\ Latin: forest, woodland

How does it work? Learn about the SCIENCE.