Fire At Midnight

June 03, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

I am currently exploring abstract themes - steeped in the spirituality of nature -  through a mix of photography and digital illustration. Images inspired by Inarritu's: The Revenant.

Called "Fire At Midnight" this image depicts sparks rising above a fire against a star-lit landscape of mountain ridges and forest pines. Fire At MidnightFire At Midnight"Fire At Midnight" is the first of a series of images I am currently working on - exploring nature in the raw. Sparks fly into a midnight sky above a frozen lake and starlit mountain sky. I have long been fascinated with abstract art and want to create a body of work which goes to the very root of my obsession with the natural world. Watching Inarritu's recent film: The Revenant, I felt totally immersed in the landscape, and it inspired me to try to create a body of still images which might be able to communicate the same sense of spirituality - capturing the same emotions and feelings I felt whilst watching that extraordinary film.
I began to realise that my own love affair with nature is similarly abstract and triggered by colours, patterns and shapes which - whilst not be immediately recognizable - should still translate to a receptive viewer.
Mixed media photography and digital illustration inspired by Nature - available here as a Ltd Edition print, signed, titled and numbered, together with a signed certificate of authenticity. Free delivery worldwide.

Because my "originals" vary considerably from the finished printed product, I only ever sell exclusive small run (10's & 20's) Ltd Edition prints of my imagery here - and consider these to be my "finished artwork".

Since I monitor all aspects of the output - in partnership with my local fine art printer - you can be guaranteed of the very highest quality finish, using longevity ink and premium heavyweight paper, as well as a cast iron assurance that no further Ltd Editions will be printed other than the two sizes - medium and large sizes both available here.

I pack carefully rolled, bubble-wrapped, inside large diameter toughened cardboard tubes, to ensure prints reach you in excellent condition.

Please feel free to message me for any further information. I am always happy to discuss my work. I want my work to be enjoyed and there's no greater buzz for an artist than knowing someone loves your work enough to live with it in their home or workplace.

Thanks for looking. Have an inspiring day!

Andrew :-)


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