Many of my favourite fine art images are available to buy here as premium quality limited edition prints. Each image is printed onto heavyweight archival paper, signed, titled and numbered from a Ltd Edition of either 10 (large size) or 20 (medium size). Prices quoted here include free P&P to UK, Europe and the US.
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Two Spring lambs take comfort together. Springtime, North Yorkshire 2017.
Lucky to catch the last rays of fading sunlight breaking through the storm clouds silhouetting a farmhouse on the hillside. You can just make out the rows of winter bull rushes in the foreground below the moors here too... Love this kind of light... always reminds me of Ted Hughes poems...
My favourite car manufacturer - Alfa Romeo - just dropped a brochure through my letter box today featuring one of my abstract ice photographs on its front cover. I'll take it as payment for customer brand loyalty.
Thank you Alfa... you've just made my day!
I've been working on a series of more abstract mixed media images through December and into the New Year. Sometimes pure photography is inspiration enough for me... and at other times, I love to experiment and work into the early hours exploring themes connected to my life-long fascination with phosphenes.
I'm trying here to recreate the coalescence of shapes and forms that I always experience in the moments before falling asleep and into dreams. These dream landscapes are never solid - always shifting - and are often viewed in a surreal and beautiful twilight, mingled with a wide array of patterns, textures and colours.
This image is called The Dreaming and is intentionally abstract to allow the viewer creative freedom to explore. I have enclosed a close-up detail here to show the level of texture and detail that surrounds the illuminated branches of the solitary moonlit tree.