Tai-O 5
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Tai-O 5

Price
£695
Photography medium: Digital archival print

Unframed

Edition of 30 (10 available)

Gallery: MORGAN-DAVIES ART

Ships from: United Kingdom

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Description

About the artwork
Digital print on archival paper.Edition of 30.Signed & numbered by the artist.Paper size: 100 x 80 cm. This print is available in 3 additional sizes. These are:45 x 36cm at £245. 70 x 56cm at 350. Or 130 x 104cm at £975.This work is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity by the artist.This textural detail is from the side of a canoe in Hong Kong. Years of different layers of paint have been exposed due to the canoe being pulled up onto the riverbank throughout its life. The result is so abstract, almost like a Jackson Pollock painting.

Specification

Medium Digital archival print
Framed? No
Subjects Landscape,
Style Abstract
Original or Edition? Edition of 30
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Year created 2019
Artwork Dimensions: 100 X 80 X 1 X cm

About John Alexander

John Alexander is a fine-art photographer known for composing abstract patterns from distressed surfaces encountered on his travels.

"There is something really interesting about how a surface reacts to environmental conditions over it's lifetime. Whether it has been influenced by human activity or has occurred naturally, my subject will always have its own complex history. Part of the fun is that the stories of how the textures evolved are mostly unknown. We can use our imaginations to conjure our own meaning behind the specific colours, shapes, lines and cracks within the photograph. I’m always interested to hear what people see in the images, everyone sees something different".

"Producing my textures is more photographically challenging than you might think! It is not just a case of seeing a wall and then photographing it. I adopt many photographic techniques to ensure that my subject possesses the incredible detail and sharpness that makes the print so unique, even when printed a metre wide".