“The quiet dignified beauty of nature. Offering moments of contemplation and solitude. Old. Eternal. Ever-changing. A safe harbour for the soul.”
Anita Beaney’s latest body of work for her solo exhibition Stillpoint explores abstract observations of sea and sky.
Employing analogue photographic techniques the images are realised in a painterly manner. The works featured in Stillpoint were shot with a medium format camera, a Mamiya twin lens c330 using 120 roll film and have been printed on to watercolour paper, a technique used to capture (and honour) the silent power of the subject matter.
Anita is a freelance photographer based in Jan Juc, her commercial work is mostly in portraiture and fashion whilst her art practice seeks out the complexity of the human form and the simplicity of the natural one.
Stillpoint / 13 Aug – 5 Sept