1 Photograph in 750 Makes a View - Giclée Print by Sheona Beaumont
"1 Photograph in 750 Makes a View" is a limited edition giclée print from Sheona Beaumont’s series Bristol Through the Lens, a collection of images made up of more than one photograph taken at different times of day/year/view and explores views of Bristol.
Printed with Epson lightfast inks on Epson matt fine art paper (320gsm), and signed by the artist.
Limited edition of 20 (be quick!)
Sold unframed and unmounted, will be rolled for delivery.
Available sizes: 40 x 30cm, or 80 x 60cm
Each print comes with between 2cm and 6cm of white border space around the image.
Meet Sheona Beaumont
Sheona Beaumont is a visual artist and writer based in the South West. Born in Bristol, and having lived there for 20 years, her work and research explore the ways in which photography reveals more than just the obvious - the emotional, spiritual and personal connections of our lives and loves.
She particularly enjoys working with the capacity of manipulated digital photography to confuse and enhance our ways of looking at things, producing beautifully kaleidoscopic images.
Her award-winning work has been exhibited widely in Bristol, as well as at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, and in national tours to universities and cathedrals. She also pursues research into the history and theory of photography's power to illuminate, working amongst other things as a Visiting Research Fellow at King's College London, and blogging regularly about her practice and research together.
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