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Bea and Skye A4 Photographic Giclée Print
Bea and Skye A4 Photographic Giclée Print
Bea and Skye A4 Photographic Giclée Print

Bea and Skye A4 Photographic Giclée Print

£45.00

Bea and Skye
A4 Photographic Giclée print
Sold By: Amanda Jackson

Description

Bea and Skye

From the photographic series To Build A Home, funded by the Arts Council of Wales
Shot on Medium Format film

Print size: A4: 21 x 29.7 cm, (8.25 x 11.75 inches)
Image size on paper: 17 x 21 cm (6.75 x 8.25 inches)
Giclée print, printed on beautiful Hahnemuhle Fine Art Baryta paper with archival inkjet ink

Signed by the photographer on back of print

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About the Maker:

Originally from Canada, born to English parents, Amanda moved to the UK in 2001 and knew it was home. Amanda has a 1st Class Honours Degree in photography from Hereford College of Arts and has been working as a freelance photographer since 2008. In 2014 she was commissioned by FotoDocument and Photoworks to be part of a series about Brighton’s One Planet Living environmental principles. Her photograph ‘Dirty Beaches’ from the series was shortlisted for The 2015 Environmental Photographer of the Year. She has been shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society’s IPE 165 award, 2023. The National Library of Wales has purchased a selection of photographs from series ‘To Build A Home’ for their archives. The main focus of her photography is capturing people living sustainable lifestyles, looking at how we live and relate to our surroundings and environmental concerns. The project ‘Where the Red Kite Flies’ continues along this theme and is her second project focusing on the Lammas Eco Community whom she have been photographing since 2010. In 2013 she received funding from The Arts Council of Wales for the series ‘To Build A Home’. ‘Where the Red Kite Flies’ is funded by The Arts Council of England and The Elmley  Foundation. Amanda divides her time between a home in Malvern and a cabin in Pembrokeshire.