This work follows in a series based on nature and still life, referencing both fine art painting and photography in an historical context. Once again, Paul’s fantastical photographs are as suggestive, detailed and esoteric as his previous work. This work is only available in very small editions, in three different sizes. We offer wood block mounting, but they can also be purchased unmounted.
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20 x 20 cm, 60 x 60 cm, 80 x 80 cm
archival ink pigment on William Turner rag paper
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Edition of 3
Unframed, Mounted on woodblock
Paul Knight ‘s hint of an otherworldly strangeness and charm draws the viewer back to linger longer over his photographic-based artworks. In his still life series his images beckon us to closely examine the exquisite minutiae, letting our minds wander to imagined untold stories and the sadness of fading beauty. Paul’s fine art practice utilises his lifetime of perfected photographic skills as his chosen visual language, preferring to achieve the majority of each shot ‘in camera’ rather than relying on post-production manipulation. He creates and builds a sculptural work, which he then photographs using a long exposure and a light beam to magnify the minute detail in the still life image. The result is a work that makes us wonder whether this is a painting or a drawing, rather than a photographic image.