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Photography: Giclée on Paper.
The close of a winter's day on the moor. The last traces of light fade into the subconscious.
I make my artworks with a camera yet I see them as closer to painting than to photography, carrying a different emotional charge, and extending a different tradition. I see my creative journey as being a tight manouevre through the gaps between painting, photography and the moving image. Much of my work is a response to the flowing narratives of nature, and to the wealth of languages that nature has developed which tell us its stories. Intentionally, my images slip and slide between the descriptive and the abstract, or what I prefer to think of as the concentrated. I seek to excite in the viewer a sense of attention, provoking thoughts and feelings that encourage a curiosity about what is around them, what they are part of, what lies beyond the visible. This work is priced as a print on rag paper or cotton fabric. For an increased cost of 15pc it can be printed onto silk, and for an increased cost of 25pc can be printed directly onto aluminium, mounted on a subframe. Other sizes are available on request.
Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection