Artist's description:

Second of a pair of figurative Salt Print featuring a free spirited ballet dancer in the wilderness.
Print is hung mounted on a sheet of off white card.

Salt Printing is a process that was first developed by chemist William Henry Fox Talbot in 1830's who created his images with a film negative, chemicals and sunlight.

Today the practice is known as an Alternative Printing Process where prints are handmade giving each their unique tone and character.

Materials used:

Treated art paper, sea salt, various smelly chemicals and good old sunlight.

Moorland Dancer 2 (2014)


  • Black and white photograph (alternative processes), Paper
  • From a limited edition of 1
  • Size: 8.66 × 12.6 in (unframed) / 4.72 × 5.51 in (actual image size)
  • This artwork is sold unframed
  • Signed and numbered on the front
  • Hurry only 1 left in stock
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Dave Hunt

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