Gates Of Pearl (from "Forest Of Iron Lines" Project)

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This image is from a project entitled 'Forest Of Iron Lines'. 

This is a Variable Edition Fine-Art Print. The edition is limited to 10 in total, this piece is number 2 in the series.

This piece is printed onto Hahnemühle Photo Rag, a 308 gsm White 100% Cotton Paper. The digital print is then hand-embellished using a combination of 23ct Gold Leaf, 22ct Rose Gold and Calligraphy Inks in Black, Gold and Silver. My intention is to always embellish each print differently so, within the series this piece is unique. 

The print measures 38cm Square. It is Signed, Titled and Stamped with its edition number within the series. 

The piece is not mounted or framed. To accommodate mounting and framing the paper size is 43cm x 61cm. 

Forest Of Iron Lines:

I present a different interpretation of a forest and its' apparent disorder.

I choose to use Iron to contrast the chaos of the urban landscape with the harmony of the natural world. 

See more of Linda Bembridge's work here

About Linda Bembridge FRPS EFIAP

Linda Bembridge is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society who has also been awarded the EFIAP distinction (Excellence de la Fédération Internationale de l'Art Photographique) which requires her to have over 250 images accepted into Photographic Exhibitions and Salons throughout the world and to have achieved a minimum number of awards in those exhibitions.

Linda says of her work, 

"My approach to photography continues to evolve as I learn more about what inspires me. Using a combination of -in-camera techniques focusing on blending and colour shifts I photograph any scene which attracts my attention. I do not limit myself to subject, or place arbitrary around processing techniques. I will happily devote time editing images if I feel I can communicate more clearly. I play with tones, shape and colour if I feel the result will be more exciting."

"My goal is to use my camera frame as a means by which to pull the viewer out of a logical and recognisable world into a place which feels more alive and joyful. I am drawn to shapes, colour and rhythm while I strive to connect with the chaos that surrounds us. My work varies from representational to abstract, and I move between the two continually. Every image I produce is part of my journey to find my creative voice, each has its place and its own story to tell."

"I am an enthusiastic member of The Royal Photographic Society and was delighted to be awarded my fellowship in 2013 using a series of very personal Triptych images. Producing images which work as small collections is a theme which runs throughout my work and being able to use this approach to gain my FRPS was particularly pleasing"