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DAVID LACEY

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  • Ups And Downs artwork by David Lacey - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Ups And Downs artwork by David Lacey
  • Ups And Downs artwork by David Lacey - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Ups And Downs artwork by David Lacey - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Ups And Downs artwork by David Lacey - art listed for sale on Artplode

About Artist:

Born and raised in Amesbury Wiltshire (which many will know is home to the famous Stonehenge), I currently live in Ilchester Somerset with my lovely wife Rebecca and son Jack. Since I first picked up a camera at the age of eight, I have always had a passion for photography. My inspiration comes from my inner desire to capture the colour and beauty of a specific scene which if missed at that time, could be gone forever. The advent of digital was a godsend to photographers like myself in that the expensive film processing costs simply vanished overnight. Digitalization has also allowed photographers to become super creative with their work. My particular art is all about texture and colour. I use a process whereby the original photograph is modified using digital manipulation to create unique and stunning oil painting style art. This allows the original photographic image to be carefully enhanced by adding varying degrees of texture and colour. Although this process creates a completely new and unique image, the content and composition of the original photograph remains exactly the same. This is an aspect of my work which I feel very strongly about. If you start changing the content of the original photograph (the reason why you took the photo in the first place), that magic of the moment will be lost. Frames are available with this artwork. If you would rather have the artwork supplied unframed, this is not a problem. Simply advise of your border size requirements and the artwork will be prepared to your liking. Details of frame options will be sent on receipt of order.

About Artwork:

Somerton in Somerset is just a 10 minute drive from my home base in Ilchester. The main feature here is the historic Market Cross which dates back to the 14th Century. Back then, Somerton was the County Town of Somerset and before that it was even thought to be the capital of Wessex. Although the Market Cross takes centre stage here with its lovely stone slated roof, battlement parapet and crossed stone ball finial, its the whole medley of roof shapes and textures that make this art piece special. The array of chimneys with their decorative pots, the gable ends and coping stones plus stonework old and new, all add to this splendid mix of intersecting angles. The subtle colours of the mixed blue sky and jumbled stonework, all add a touch of balance to the extraordinary ups and downs of this rooftop extravaganza. Limited Edition of 3 with signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Materials used: Quality canvas; Epson archive grade pigment inks; Specialist acrylic varnish. Size of Art: 24 x 16 (60.96mm x 40.64mm).

David Lacey

Ups And Downs

  • 2020
  • 24 x 16 inches
  • Fine Art Category: photography
  • Medium: Pigment print / canvas
  • Published: 2020
  • Origin: UK
  • Certificate of Authenticity: yes
  • Issued by: DAVID LACEY
  • Provenance: Brand New
  • Signed: Signed verso
  • No / Edition: 3
  • Comments:

    Limited Edition of 3 with signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Materials used: Quality canvas; Epson archive grade pigment inks; Specialist acrylic varnish. Size of Art: 24 x 16 (60.96mm x 40.64mm). Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions regarding my artwork.

  • Price: £1,150.00 GBP
  • Seller: DAVID LACEY, UK

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  • Artplode ID: 5317
  • Artplode Seller ID: 11527

About Artist:

Born and raised in Amesbury Wiltshire (which many will know is home to the famous Stonehenge), I currently live in Ilchester Somerset with my lovely wife Rebecca and son Jack. Since I first picked up a camera at the age of eight, I have always had a passion for photography. My inspiration comes from my inner desire to capture the colour and beauty of a specific scene which if missed at that time, could be gone forever. The advent of digital was a godsend to photographers like myself in that the expensive film processing costs simply vanished overnight. Digitalization has also allowed photographers to become super creative with their work. My particular art is all about texture and colour. I use a process whereby the original photograph is modified using digital manipulation to create unique and stunning oil painting style art. This allows the original photographic image to be carefully enhanced by adding varying degrees of texture and colour. Although this process creates a completely new and unique image, the content and composition of the original photograph remains exactly the same. This is an aspect of my work which I feel very strongly about. If you start changing the content of the original photograph (the reason why you took the photo in the first place), that magic of the moment will be lost. Frames are available with this artwork. If you would rather have the artwork supplied unframed, this is not a problem. Simply advise of your border size requirements and the artwork will be prepared to your liking. Details of frame options will be sent on receipt of order.

About Artwork:

Somerton in Somerset is just a 10 minute drive from my home base in Ilchester. The main feature here is the historic Market Cross which dates back to the 14th Century. Back then, Somerton was the County Town of Somerset and before that it was even thought to be the capital of Wessex. Although the Market Cross takes centre stage here with its lovely stone slated roof, battlement parapet and crossed stone ball finial, its the whole medley of roof shapes and textures that make this art piece special. The array of chimneys with their decorative pots, the gable ends and coping stones plus stonework old and new, all add to this splendid mix of intersecting angles. The subtle colours of the mixed blue sky and jumbled stonework, all add a touch of balance to the extraordinary ups and downs of this rooftop extravaganza. Limited Edition of 3 with signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Materials used: Quality canvas; Epson archive grade pigment inks; Specialist acrylic varnish. Size of Art: 24 x 16 (60.96mm x 40.64mm).







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