"Wind & Water" Was taken at Lake Amadeus NT. It depicts a shallow body of water getting blown by strong winds across the surface of a dry salt lake. Reminiscent of a child's painting created by blowing ink with a straw. Where the water comes in contact with the salt it becomes transparent and reveals the dark lake bed below the surface. It's part of the "Lake" Series - https://www.cessnacam.com/lakes-2
By popular demand I've created a smaller collection, measuring in at 1500x927mm. They're printed on a cotton rag fine art paper stock and are beautifully box framed behind AR70 non reflective art glass. These are a steal at only $4750+GST. My considerably larger exhibition prints are 2400x1400mm in size. They're printed on a UV stable fine art canvas and are finished in a sustainably sourced hardwood reversed shadow line frame. These are priced at $7000+GST. Frames can be stained to your preferred colour. All the images are editions of only ten pieces plus two artists proofs. For provenance, each piece comes with a digitally secured certificate of authenticity. The price also includes delivery and installation within the Melbourne metropolitan area.
Custom sizes are available on request, prices vary according to dimensions. If you’re interested to see how a particular piece would look in your space, please send me a good straight on photo of your wall let me know a measurement in the image (like the floor to ceiling height) and I'll create a scale render before you commit to purchase. Take a look at: https://www.cessnacam.com/in-situ.
$4,750 per Item
H 927mm x L 1500mm x D 30mm
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About Andrew Vukosav
Flying solo on journeys into remote terrain that can take days or weeks at a time, Andrew Vukosav has photographed a beautiful strangeness of the Australian continent, from a viewpoint that defiantly overturns tourist clichés of outback landscape. An exhibition three years in the making, its imagery roams from the intricate and delicate filigrees of coastlines to the vast dunes and rock plateaus of the central Australian deserts. The world seems to metamorphose between states of fluidity and stability, between atmospheric and geological strata. Crystalline saltpans glisten like immense snowdrifts or opalescent glaciers; the shallows of estuaries seem to swirl like clouds. With decades of experience as a highly successful commercial photographer and a similarly long love of piloting, Vukosav sought a photographic experience different to that of holding the camera up to the cockpit window. With some intricate engineering, he fitted out his single engine Cessna 182 with a Phase One 100mp XF Camera mounted in the underbelly of the fuselage. Something unusual happens with this. The whole plane becomes the camera body, pitching and banking into position for each shot, like a solitary eye looking this way and that. As a consequence, photographs do not feel as if they are framed through a viewfinder or from within a cockpit, but have a sense of radically open space. They give us as much an experience of the open sky around as they do of the vast earth below.