We are pleased to announce we will be showing, Woodland Walk, Painswick Rococo Gardens, 2014, by Nettie Edwards, during our international group exhibition at the Light House Media Centre 6-30 January 2020.
Nettie Edwards, UK, Woodland Walk, Painswick Rococo Gardens, 2014
Aquilegia Anthotype print on cartridge paper, framed
framed print 40x40cm (15.75×15.75 inches)
not for sale
Named source for Smartphone Photography 2019 “A” Level Photography examination. Exhibitions include: Fox Talbot Museum, Lacock Abbey (also Artist in Residence); Das Museum Fur Kunst und Gerwerb, Hamburg; Wolverhampton Museum and Art Gallery; Bastille Design Centre, Paris; Format Festival, Derby; Photo Independent Art Fair, Sydney; 3rd International Biennial of Photography, Malaga. Awards include: Mobile Photographer of the Year, ax3 American Aperture awards; twice winner: Julia Margaret Cameron Awards. Wingate Scholarship for work documenting Midlands Gypsy and Traveller families.
Since 2014, Nettie Edwards has been working with the Anthotype process: plant-based photo printing invented by Sir John Herschel in 1842. Anthotypes cannot be fixed and so these ephemeral works will eventually be consumed by the sunlight that created them. See more at hortuslucis.wordpress.com
Woodland Walk, Painswick Rococo Gardens, 2014, copyright Nettie Edwards. All rights reserved.
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