Artist's description:

Spontaneity and luck can be tremendously important in photography. One day in 2014, I was standing by the canal in Oxford. Two feathers appeared, floating very slowly past, carrying on them a drop of water. As they passed, they gradually turned, rotating as if to display their beauty. Whilst trying to capture the scene, I was struck by the passive role as an observer of something exquisite created and arranged entirely by nature.

Limited edition digital Giclée print on Epson archival paper.

Unless you have a specific request, I use the same frame and mount for all my photographs; whilst I have some framed works in stock, I print and frame most works to order, hence the photos of the frame are generic (please see additional images).

All prints are signed and certified on the back (see example picture in the additional images).

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Two Feathers Floating (2014)


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This artwork is sold by Charles Brabin from United Kingdom

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