Water Damaged Pencil of Nature — Plate XVI

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Water Damaged Pencil of Nature — Plate XVI
Metallic chromogenic print face mounted to acrylic
Image size: 570 x 850 mm
Edition of 3 (+AP) | $POA
Hi-Res click here

Greetings friends of Petlamb

I hope the start to the new year has been a fun and relaxing one for you.

Apologies for being a bit slack with my photo of the month update. So to make amends I give you this months image, Water Damaged Pencil of Nature — Plate XVI.

This plate from Pencil of Nature is called Cloisters of Lacock Abbey.

It is an architectural image which depicts a two storey structure with a vine growing over it. The vine leaves in the image are dark and create a visual void throughout the image. This void reminds me of a Keith Haring worm, very much like the one found in Collingwood, Melbourne. Using this worm shape as a focal point, I have reworked Talbot’s image by covering the worm-vine with a striking gradient. You can see the water damaged worm running from the top left of the image down to the bottom right.

If you want more info regarding this series check out my current work page by clicking here.

If you want a closer look, you can check out the intricate detail by visiting the high-res version here.

Also I have finally made it to Instagram. If you use Instagram I would love your support. Follow me @petlamb.artist.

Love Petlamb x