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Hornby Street

MaryAnn Camps
From the Vancouver Project series
Pigment ink on archival hot press paper
24 x 28 in. / 61 x 71 cm
Edition of 3
"This work-in-progress project delves into the interplay between perception and emotion in the urban environment. I am interested in how this interplay affects our sense of self and well-being, as well as our ability to navigate the balance between individuality and collectivity. 

I am experimenting with reflections, filtered views, transparency, layers and colour, using a combination of digital and analog techniques. Black and white photographic images are digitally layered with images of ink paintings on paper. The paintings enhance depth, complexity, mood and atmosphere through the use of colour, texture, light and shadow. 

The final images are printed with pigment ink on archival hot press cotton paper."
- M. Camps
  • $757.00
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