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This piece was exhibited at Tower Bridge Engine Rooms, as part of a Southwark Arts Council's Art at the Bridge #7 exhibition in Tower Bridge, London. I am incredibly proud to tell you the image was also selected for their website landing page.


I walked over London Bridge on a daily basis for 4 years on the way to my job in The City. Although my day job was in an office, I had been a closet artist since I was a teenager. I loved walking over the bridge and became fascinated by the view. Every day, it offered me another picture, another mood, another colour, another revelation. As I marched with an army of commuters, I couldn’t believe how the majority walked on without looking, they couldn’t see the endless beauty on either side, it didn’t matter to them. What a shame.

Giclée prints are made on Portrait White 285gsm and can be made up to A2 size. Please contact me for a quote.

Materials used:

Mobile device image, printed on Portrait White 285gsm.

Momentary Flight (48cm × 35.7cm)


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This artwork is sold by Ana Katrina Giles-Myers from United Kingdom

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Ana Katrina

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