Sand Sea VII, Original Photography by Brooke Holm
Sand Sea VII, Original Photography by Brooke Holm – XL – 1500 x 2000mm – Framed
About the work:
Sand Sea VII, a limited edition photographic artwork from the ‘Sand Sea’ series by Brooke Holm.
Shot entirely in the Namib Sand Sea, this series presents nine photographic landscapes from the oldest desert in the world, where vast and inhospitable stretches of sand dunes stretch for over 80,000 kilometres and transform under the African sun in stunning gradients or red, brown and pink. Diving into the expanse of the Sea Sea, it appears never-ending. The ribbons and patterns in the sand are intricately formed, with each detail perfectly positioned as if there were a mastermind at work.
About the artist:
Brooke Holm is an Australian/American photographer who has garnered global attention for her aesthetic and photographic sensibility. Working across the globe, Holm’s art practice focuses on revering the sublime elements of nature and in turn, examining the human context within that environment.
This limited edition print is from Brooke’s 2019 solo exhibition at Modern Times Sand Sea.
An original archival archival quality giclee print using fade-resistant pigmented ink.
Small – limited edition of 15
Large – limited edition of 15
Extra Large – limited edition of 3
Available in 3 sizes. Quoted sizes in the dropdown menu are unframed artwork sizes.
Small – 750 x 1000mm
Large Image Size – 1125 x 1500mm
Extra Large Image Size – 1500 x 2000mm
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Extra Large - 1500 x 2000mm, Large - 1125 x 1500mm, Small - 750 x 1000mm
Framed in Tasmanian Oak, Unframed
Original archival quality giclee print. Framed in Tasmanian Oak by United Measures.