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Form & Motion body (volume 1) By Dan Daulby & … Book Preview
I have been taking photos for over 40 years professionally and creatively. I’m an artist with a camera so I treat it as any other medium in my studio, to create images. In some cases these images have been enhanced with basic Photoshop retouching tools and some have had more extensive work done on them […]
“I favour images depicting conflict, humour, and/or spiritual overtones.” These images are created in a variety of mediums oil & acrylic paints, watercolours, pencils, ink, clay, stone, digital rendering, photography and print making.
Creating art, it’s my best friend and my worst enemy. I love it and at the same time I hate it, but I cannot imagine my life without it. ————————————–
All prints are produced with inks and papers designed to assure a high quality archival art print. Coloured digital prints are printed with high quality archival inks on 8 to 12 colour inkjet printers designed and modeled to produce high quality digital art prints. Definitions: Giclée, Lino-cut, Serigraphs, Woodcuts, and Mono-prints. All prints […]
Drawings occupy a large amount of my output, I love to draw and I do it frequently. I’ve always believed that drawing is the most important part of an artists skill. For me it’s meditative state a chance for me to be absorb my thoughts and direct my focus on the images that run through […]