Printed on adestor matt monomeric printing paper
Edition of 100
Dimensions: 56cm (H) x 60cm (W) x 0.1cm (D) / 22" (H) x 23.6" (W) x 0.04" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
For some this has been a time of refuge and suffering, or a time of change and the chance to view the world through another lens, but indisputably it is a paradigm shift of existence. Confinement has meant for me a different consciousness, but a photographer is for ever the opportunist and patience rewards us. My garden has been the place where I go, to live in my own head, to empty the spaces that get full up and let the whirlygig spin off so that the sediment can gently fall and settle undisturbed. This series of images, whilst continuing a style that has been in the making for some thirty years, expresses a different part of me. A part that for some reason I considered a different species in my brain. Here the confluence of events has resulted in something quite profoundly different and in a way I am perhaps more whole than I was before. May a sense of that communicate and I can bring my garden into the minds of others. It's a very simple thought. No.4 is the Avarve in it's death throes after flowering
Based in: Ronda
Professional photographer 1982 - present. BA Hons Film and Photography, University of Westminster, London. Jane Munro Photographic Studio London 1982 - 1987. Preece Munro Design, Art Director 1987 - 1993. Jane Munro Fotografia, Malaga, Spain 1994 - present. Jane works with a variety of media but is principally a photographer. After graduating she spent most of her working life fulfilling commissions from advertising agencies and design companies, but now concentrates full time on her creative output. Fascinated and frightened in equal measure for our beautiful world, the work here celebrates that world, but also alludes to the fragility of its future.
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