‘Kanji no shio’ (Kanji on salt) – is a graphical representation of the intrusion of man on the nature environment. The disparity between the salted texture of a yellowed salt lake versus the introduced earth by way of roads that rust into the natural environment. Roads that serve as platforms for gold mining exploratory drilling.
The image is part of the ‘Ordered Abstraction’ collection of work.
2018 AIPP Australian Professional Photography Awards – silver distinction
2018 NZIPP Iris Awards – silver distinction
2018 WA Epson Professional Photography Awards – silver distinction
Fine Art & Canvas prints are printed on selected archival media to compliment each image.
Prints are shipped unframed.
Diasec mounting & ChromaLuxe metal prints available by request.
21 x 17 inches (53 x 42.5 cm) Edition of 15 + 2 AP
35 x 28 inches (88.5 x 71 cm) Edition of 15 + 2 AP
49 x 39 inches (124 x 99 cm) Edition of 7 + 2 AP
63 x 50.5 inches (159.5 x 127.5 cm) Edition of 3 + 2 AP