The photos in this series are mirrored to create unique and inspiring artworks that play with the viewer's imagination, similar to the effect achieved in the Rorschach Inkblot Tests.
When the chance presented itself to produce a Music Video for LA-Based Electronic Music Artist Akira The Don for one of his Meaning Wave Tracks featuring Alan Watts Voice, I knew I had to create something for the Track "Don't do it".
The Kess Gallery Acrylic Face-mount Fine Art Prints combine beautiful, unique, local photography from Sydney with the highest quality print media available. Our customers absolutely love them.
Grotto Point Lighthouse is an active Lighthouse in Sydney Harbour, located on a rocky headland near Dobroyd Head, lights the way across the scenic northern waters of Sydney Harbour National Park, near Manly. The Waters around the point were very clear on the day the photos were taken. You can see a group of sailing boats zip past as they pic up the late afternoon sea breeze.
Aerial Drone Photo of Washaway Beach nestled between Dobroyd Head and Grotto Point. As the name implies, it is occasionally washed away. When fully present the beach is up to 200 m long and faces due east toward Sydney Harbour entrance. Consequently. During high waves the thin veneer of sand is literally washed away, exposing massive slabs of sandstone, with at best patches of sand visible at low tide.
Tamarama. One of the nicest beaches in Sydney. Small but with very clear blue waters. Tamarama is probably a derivation of the Aboriginal name 'Gamma Gamma' (possible meaning 'storm').
Taking Photos, flying my Drone around Cronulla has been foundation for this Print Series. All of the Kess Gallery Prints of Cronulla are available on Fine Art Paper, Canvas & as Acrylic Face-mount Prints. You can have a look at the whole Cronulla Aerial Print Series here.
This weeks Post is full of turquoise goodness from around Cronulla. Enjoy! Behind the Scenes Take a look at these awesome Acrylic...
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