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Photography: Color, Ink on Aluminium.
A walk in the waves...
One of a pair that work separately or as a pair.
Extra large abstract in the wonderful colours of the Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides, far far away from the Madding Crowd. Harris is famous for the teal blue water that flows around the south end of the island.
Standing in this peaceful place, early in the morning, with the water lapping over my boots (yes boots, this was the Atlantic in October after all!) I was transfixed by the way the light plays on the water and the turquoise reflections on the wet sand echo the colours in the sky. All together these colours flow and ebb just like the sea.
Created using new Chromoluxe aluminium printing techniques for high quality large art. The colours just sing!
Simply stunning vibrant pictures that appear to float off your wall. The image is printed on a slimline metal sheet that has a hanging frame on the back (see images) so that it sits out from the wall by a couple of inches, this gives you a shadow that makes it look as if it is floating.
No separate payment for framing, no more breakable glass and expensive heavy frames to carry from house to house, this is scratch resistant durable and will last a lifetime.
This is the latest in high definition quality printing and framing and very few places in the world can produce an image this size in this format. The image is processed so that the dye is sublimated right into the aluminium sheets resulting in superb vibrant colours that last a lifetime.
The panels have smooth slightly rounded corners and will sit out from the wall a couple of inches when hanging. This creates a shadow giving it the illusion of floating off the wall.
Your beautiful art will be carefully packaged in a custom made box with plenty of protection for shipping.
Takes approximately two weeks to get ready to ship.
Size: 40 W x 60 H x 2 in
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