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Bryce New

Bryce New

Endangered Coastal Swamp Oak Forest and Lagoon (NSW) 3
  • dimensions

    44 x 61
  • medium

    Framed, archival pigment ink on Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Pearl 320gsm, 100% cotton, acid and lignin-
    free paper

  • editions

    Edition 1 of 25 + 2AP, signed and numbered by artist

    Unframed print dimensions: 500mm x 333.3mm + 25mm border
    Certificate of Authenticity included

    Framed with black grain, box frame and UltraVue® anti-reflective glass

  • Artist Statement & Bio

    I ‘found’ this lagoon in the middle of a swamp-oak / sedge community after well midnight, August 2020. Iwas joyed to find what you see. Despite the fast-shifting nature of moonlight, I was fortunately able togather the incredible light you see, illuminating the quiet beauty and uniqueness of this place. Hence thisphoto feels like a portrait, gifted. I’m hugely delighted for the opportunity to share that gift with you. Joyneeds sharing! My greatest hope is this photograph might be received as a point of contemplation andconnection with our Endangered forests. 5% of the profit of this print sale, goes to Kurranulla AboriginalCorporation, Jannali NSW.Artist Bio:Pākehā photographer Bryce New gratefully lives on Dharawal Country and acknowledges Dharawal elderspast, present and future and the Dharawal Nation, as the traditional custodians and holders ofsovereignty, of that Country.Bryce’s self-taught practice of long exposure, low light, fine art photography’s energised by his deeppassion for endemic plant communities, low light environments and communicating visually.Early and later influences were his mother’s colour slide photos, low light scenes in films, studying,volunteering and working in conservation in Aotearoa plus inner Sydney streets at night. A Finalist inACMP’s 2005 Trampoline competition for emerging Australian photographers, Bryce’s practice isdiscerning and fledged.

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