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THE OLD GREY TEACHER I (2007) Inspired by the story of the Waterbabies, written by Charles Kingsley in 1850. "I never was made my child: and I shall go forever and ever; for I am as old as Eternity and yet as young as Time." Available in the following sizes: Edition of 10 + 2 Artist Proofs Paper size 820 x 610 mm Image size 698mm x 537mm Edition of 10 + 2 Artist Proofs Paper size 1120 x 900 mm Image size 912mm x 701mm Limited edition art prints are made from the highest quality archival paper and dispatched from Zena Holloway's studio in London. Each edition is signed, numbered and sent with the corresponding certificate to guarantee authenticity.
Photography:Color on Paper
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Size:24 W x 32.3 H x 0.1 D in
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Zena Holloway is a British photographer, specialised in creating still and moving images while working in water. Using the solitary and open space of the ocean environment, she takes the underwater aesthetic and makes her own magical setting. Her images capture the deep, and often complex subconscious connections, we have to oceans, rivers and lakes. Born in Bahrain and raised between London and pretty much everywhere else in the world, she went on her first dive in England as a teenager. She lived in Egypt and then the Caribbean for a number of years before qualifying as a PADI instructor and Commercial Diver. Charmed by the magic of the underwater world, she began experimenting with a camera and decided to chart her own course in an ultra-niche profession. Nobody showed her the ropes; she taught herself. Alongside her dedication to long-term personal projects, she is a regular contributor to editorial, for publications such as The Sunday Times Magazine, Paris Match and the FT. Her work is exhibited globally and she has been the recipient of many international photographic and film awards such as AOP, APPLIED ARTS, COMM ARTS, RPS, PDN, CANNES and IPA. Zena first gained recognition as a fine art photographer in 2005 with “swansong”. Since then her unique style of photography has led to many solo and group exhibitions worldwide.
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