"N50.9149 E0.0401" by Mark Munroe-Preston
A stunning limited edition digital print on aluminium by by Mark Munroe-Preston. A digital print on brushed aluminium.
Available in two sizes: large at 80cm x 80cm, and a smaller 40cm x 40cm panel.
The large 80 x 80cm panel is in a small edition of just 25. Supplied with hanging fixings on the back so it can be hung straight on the wall.
The smaller 40 x 40cm panel is supplied framed a white float / tray frames (approx outer frame dimensions 48 x 48cm). The smaller panel is in a limited edition of 100.
Each panel is hand-numbered and signed on the reverse by Mark Munroe-Preston and supplied with a Certificate of Authenticity.
This piece can also be purchased using Own Art - interest free credit, payable in 10 equal monthly direct debit instalments of £25 for the smaller panel and £60 for the larger panel - contact the gallery for full details.
This image is part of a series exploring trees and their interaction with the local landscape in Sussex, England. Some of these works are more literal interpretations which seek to evoke and enhance the atmosphere of the scenes I am seeing, while others are more conceptual and graphic in their approach. The pictures begin as photographs which are then digitally manipulated and merged with other photographs, paintings, drawings, textures, and found objects to create the final artworks. The titles refer to the co-ordinates of the location.
Vivid dawn light breaks through the trees and mist to illuminate the River Ouse at Barcombe Mills (Sussex, England), digitally montaged with various textures to create this striking landscape image.
About Mark Munroe-Preston
Mark was born in Yorkshire in 1968. He studied photography at Wolverhampton Poly before moving to London in 1991, where he worked as a photographer. Since then Mark has worked as a digital illustrator for book publishers & magazines, a digital retoucher for several national newspapers, a children’s illustrator working in 3D and most recently as the Creative Director for an American toy company.
Mark moved to Sussex in 2001 and it was there that he began to explore the local countryside, and particularly the Ashdown Forest, with his dogs and his camera. It is from this ever-expanding collection of images that he draws inspiration for his work.These photographs are digitally merged with other photographs, paintings, drawings,textures, and found objects to create the final artwork. Some of the pieces are more literal interpretations of the places he has photographed, while others are more conceptual or graphic in their approach, but all seek to evoke the beauty, drama, andatmosphere of the landscapes around him.The names of the pieces often designates the GPS location where the original photograph was taken and can be visited or found on Google Maps. Artworks are available as Giclee Fine Art prints in various sizes and as Brushed Aluminium Di-Bond Prints.
Mark lives and works in the Sussex Weald.