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VIEW IN MY ROOM
VIEW IN MY ROOM
In the true spirit of autumn this piece was created by the wind for the most part. After sensitizing the canvas with cyanotype solution with a random application, it was then left overnight near trees ready for the autumn leaves to fall and land onto the surface. This was then secured in place with a pane of glass before allowing the sun to permanently record the composition. This process was repeated for three days which creates the layers of time which adds depth and movement to the work. The final stage was to bleach and tone the work to darken the final layer to increase the contrast before applying a light protective varnish.
Photography:Black & White on Canvas
Size:11 W x 14 H x 0.8 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
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Ships From:Artist's studio in United Kingdom.
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George Russell is a fine art photographer, passionate about analogue photography, experimenting with old and new processes. This passion for photography was discovered partway through studying for an Art and Design Degree in 2014 when his tools of choice at the time were paint brushes and mixed media when the magic of the darkroom was unveiled. Unlocking a whole new set of tools and possibilities. Pushing the boundaries is consistent theme throughout his work. Whether it be through building abstract multiple aperture cameras, intentionally contaminating prints or altering chemical processes there is often an element of relinquishing control to allow the unexpected to happen. The two most recent projects, ‘our contaminated planet. (2019)’ and ‘contaminated planet 2. (2020)’, investigate the causes and effects of climate change. Incorporating strong symbolic processes by using samples of pollution from contaminated locations and using them to interact with prints to create striking imagery that carries a poignant message. During 2020 there are plans for a solo exhibition of the ‘Contaminated Planet’ and setting up a photography workshops business tailored for both educational and private settings, with the greater ambition of turning it into a travelling business model to cater for a wider audience.
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