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When Worlds Collide.

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in Photograph by Martin Vallis No Artist Reviews
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Image from the Art City series. Awarded Special Merit, Abstracts Art Exhibition, Light Space Time Gallery, March 2019. This image is a reflection of the human world colliding with the world we live on. Man the most destruction animal, and our never ending raping, pillaging and destruction of our planet and the paltry sticky plasters we put over our behaviour in a token attempt to appear to be doing something about it! Limited Edition 1 of 15. I print my images on A3 Archival White Matte paper. The image size will be approximately 8x10 or what I consider sits aesthetically correct within the paper size. Please feel free to contact me if you would prefer a different type of paper and a different finish.
W 11.70" x H 16.50"
W 29.72 cm x H 41.91 cm
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About the Artist

Studied Visual Communication at Medway College of Art and Design from 1976-79, and moved to London in 1980. After working as a photographic assistant to commercial photographer Gary Bryan for 3 years, he decided to set up his own studio in Chelsea in 1983, specialising in high quality still life ...

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