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MATERIALS USED

Archival inks on archival paper, either Museo Portfolio Rag or Hahnemuhle Daguerre Canvas

DESCRIPTION

I'm drawn to water for some reason. The Tao Te Ching says that water always gives, always flows to the lowest point and takes the gentlest route, and yet wears down mountains and washes away stone. This juxtaposition between the fluid and the concrete, the permanent and the impermanent, seduces me. Search for photographs of Princes Pier in Melbourne and you'll see glorious sunsets over rows of timber pylons. But there is a deeper story worth revealing. One of time and transience.

This photograph is printed on archival paper (if you want to frame it traditionally) or canvas (if you'd like to stretch it over a frame or frame it more simply). Please specify at time of purchase.

TAGS

seascape, water, reflection, mirror, stillness, Melbourne, coast, landscape, pier, wood