This highly contemporary artwork is an abstract piece formed from tree and branch formations at Hazelwood Marshes in Suffolk. This area was once a freshwater habitat, but on 5th December 2013, a tidal surge resulted in the sea wall being broken, flooding the area with sea water, wiping much of the habitat out. The destruction of this surge can be seen with the abundance of dead trees. The area is now, however, in the transition of changing to a salt water habitat, and is the start of a new phase of life. This artwork has been digitally processed using a technique known as solarisation, initially pioneered in the darkroom by the great Man Ray.
Printed onto the beautifully luxurious Fujiflex Supergloss fine art paper, it gives an incredible high glass-like sheen, fabulous colour intensity and impressive depth and is sure to be a talking point when on anyone's wall. On display at The shoulder of Mutton Pub, Assington, this artwork can be seen in all its glory, float-mounted and set into a clean, crisp white wooden frame.
Owing to the nature of this paper, it is incredibly difficult and problematic to handle without being mounted and would be easily damaged otherwise, therefore all prices shown are for mounted prints only (the print is sealed onto a rigid substrate for stability).
We can offer framing, but we do this on an individual basis. Please make a seperate enquiry using the contact form or email as the framing options are vast, but we are more than happy to assist you directly based on your preference/taste and in accordance with the decor and theme of the space where you would look to locate the artwork.
The artwork size as shown in the product imagery is 415mm x 320mm (small).
If you have had a change of heart and would like to return or exchange your artwork purchase, this can be done within 14 days of your initial purchase and is only accepted provided the artwork is returned in the same condition as it arrived with you in. It must be undamaged and in a resaleable state and packaged adequately to prevent damage in transit.
If your artwork purchase has arrived and has been damaged in transit to you, we must be notified immediately (within 24 hours) with photographic records of the damage in order to resolve the matter with our courier.