USD

IconCaretDown
IconPerson2
IconFavorite
IconCart
IconHamburger
IconFavorite
IconCart
IconCaretDown

By Medium

USD

IconCaretDown

EN

IconCaretDown

Home

/

Artists

/

Sara Rawlinson

Dawn, Aberdyfi Estuary

by

Sara Rawlinson

Placeholder
Dawn, Aberdyfi Estuary by Sara Rawlinson
Placeholder

Share

Dawn, Aberdyfi Estuary

by

Sara Rawlinson

Favorite

$ 650

Overview

IconCaretDown

2022

Archival pigment print on 100% cotton paper

Edition of 30

Dimensions: 28.5cm (H) x 57.5cm (W) / 11.2" (H) x 22.6" (W)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

Artist Statement

IconCaretDown

This image was made at the Aberdyfi Estuary, central Wales on a peaceful camping trip - during the first time we could see friends again in summer 2020. Remember how we were scared of our friends? I'm sooo glad that time is over! It is part of the Aberdyfi Estuary series.

Evoking the essence of a space without capturing details is a hallmark of intentional camera movement (ICM) photography. A highly technical process, ICM involves photographing a scene with a slow shutter speed.

Archival pigment print on 100% cotton Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308g paper. Limited edition prints with certificate of authenticity.

Shipping

IconCaretDown


Artist Profile

Born: 1980

Hometown: Cambridge

Based in: Cambridge, UK

Sara Rawlinson is a contemporary fine art photographer specialising in both abstract expressionism and historical architecture. She presently resides in Cambridge, UK.

Her abstract photographs evoke the essence of a subject without capturing the details – showing the sentiment of the place or the thing, rather than specific memories. Absorbing the essence of a single natural phenomena, the images come to life with zesty camera work and oversized printing. Ultimately, the elements of the original shape and design of the subject are retained, whilst immortalising an imaginative and ephemeral nature.

Photography has kept Sara’s soul on fire since she was six years old working in the field and in the darkroom with her Big Sister/Photography Mentor, Bette Globus Goodman. Despite these early artistic inclinations, Rawlinson first turned to academic science for her first career. However, too much energy was spent taking photos of her field sites and so when arthritis reared its ugly head preventing a sedentary job, the choice was clear.

Presently, Rawlinson has been a full time fine art photographer for over 10 years. While her subjects range from architectural to nature, most of her work focuses on movement and creating abstract expressionistic images with her camera.

Rawlinson has been shortlisted for multiple international awards and her works are held in private collections around the world. Her work has been described as:

- “Finally photography meets fine art!”

- “[Rawlinson’s book] must be the most handsome tribute ever paid to a single building. With its blend of words and diverse visual voices it is an Alleluia Chorus.”

- “Here, indeed, is beauty. Sara has the rare skill of drawing out the intimate, the special, the unique spirit of a place.”

- A woman was scooting along the bench looking at one of Rawlinson’s exhibitions. She was so engrossed that she literally slid right off the end of the bench (and very excitedly came to Rawlinson’s next exhibition).


Buy with Confidence

IconInformation
IconArtwork

Collect from reputable artists and galleries

IconShipping

Ships securely to your door

IconCertificate

Certificates of Authenticity with each artwork

IconCaretDown

Back to Top


Loading...

IconAvailableOnAppStore

The Artling

Art Advisory

About Us

The Team

Advisory Board

Careers

Contact Us

Press

Customer Care

FAQs

Return Policy

Terms of Use

Privacy Policy

Buy with Confidence

The Artling

IconCaretDown

Customer Care

IconCaretDown

Collections

IconCaretDown

Sell

IconCaretDown

Start Collecting

IconCaretDown
The Artling Logo

USD

IconCaretDown

EN

IconCaretDown