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.
Off-the-wall refers to you purchasing this artwork directly from the wall at The Shoulder of Mutton
About the frame
A white smooth wooden box frame with visible wood grain.
25mm frame face width
40mm external frame depth
26mm frame recess with spacers in situ
Acid-free conservation backing
MDF backing board to reverse with Flexi-tabs
Brown framing tape seal
Artist certification label
Exterior frame measurements
370mm x 465mm
Fujiflex Supergloss fine art museum-grade polyester-based paper. Mounted onto a 5mm white foamex rigid substrate, set onto a 19mm softwood subframe.
Artwork measures 415mm x 320mm