This online exhibition is for me to show my work to a wider audience, they are Photographic Giclee prints and photo cards of my work around the theme “Collections”, which includes collections of objects, collections of food packaging and collections in nature. These are unique, quirky Photographic Giclee Prints that make fantastic presents for anyone fanatical about Lego, adult or child, who may need something different and eye-catching for their walls, from Lego, Music to drinking beer, also a great addition to any interior!
These are mounted with an off-white, high quality board and framed in a silver, aluminium frame size 30 x40cm, print size is 233x155mm on photo lustre paper. They can be sold with Mount Board and silver frame or Boarded only and cello wrapped.
Prints £55 Framed with mount board, £45 Boarded Only, pick up from OX20 or I can discuss postage options if needed- Cash or Card payments taken
Photo Cards are 5 for £10, cards can be selected in person or on phone and posted out.
Hahnemuhle Photo Luster 260gsm - Acid free archival paper. Giclée printing offers photographers the highest quality properties of any digital printing.
I am Jane Smith, a Woodstock based art photographer with a home studio with a love for green things!! I have continued my photography having qualified from University of Plymouth with a degree in photographic design. My background is in large format (5x4) studio photography, which started my fascination, meticulously, arranging objects in front of the camera. I then enjoyed creating aesthically pleasing compostitions that all appear to have, strong colour and an order to them, this started my passion for Collections.
My inspiration comes from seeing a group of objects, old or new that I find interesting with a desire to order them to create a striking visual. I am also intrigued by the graphics on food packaging on supermarket shelves from my love of Andy Warhol’s work and discovering that by arranging a collection of them, this allows the viewer to see the design as art and creates an eye-catching, timeless and familiar artwork. I have also been mesmerised by colours and shapes in nature and experimented image making without a camera and discovering that when inverted, the colours can be very different to how nature intended them. This started my interest for creating my new Photogram leaf specimen series.
The theme of “Collections” continues to inspire me, and I always find the things that interest me all seem to be be within this theme, mostly of everyday objects. These images are from my “Collections” body of work, in which the visual repetition of small, neatly arranged objects within a type box continues to fascinate me.