Limited Edition Prints from Dot-Art

 

The prints on this page are available in limited editions, and are drawn from my work across urban and rural environments. Liverpool’s changing landscape is represented by two pieces depicting the Futurist cinema on Lime Street in the years before it was demolished. These photographs began a series about Liverpool’s historic buildings, in which I photographed them while looking away. “Sell Everything”, a reflection in a bus stop advertising board showing on a classic view of Lime Street, comments on a popular view about what has happened to Liverpool’s streets.

The three Lake District pieces, two of which were made in fog, step away from the usual picturesque views of the area to suggest a more mysterious, complex, and more humanised place. In particular Honister Pass finds beauty in a distinctly industrial landscape.

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These pieces are on sale at dot-art gallery in Liverpool. They will be signed and numbered, and a certificate of authenticity will be included to provide provenance. For pricing and more information, click on the button next to the image.

 
 

Futurist

The Futurist cinema was built in 1912 as the Lime Street Picture House, and became the Futurist around 1920. It once embodied the technological future of the twentieth century, but by the beginning of the twenty-first its collapsing neon sign had transformed into nostalgic, gritty glamour. It has since been demolished.

Limited edition of 50.

Pigment printed on Hahnemuhle Photorag paper.

Image dimensions (h/w): 500x375mm.

 

Picture House

The facade of the Lime Street Picture House (known as the “Futurist”) as it was first named in 1912, and as it appeared not long before it was demolished.

Limited edition of 50.

Pigment printed on Hahnemuhle Photorag paper.

Image dimensions (h/w): 500x333mm.

 

Corner of Rodney Street

A reflection in a mirrored window covered in glue, this print has a lovely textured feel to it.

Limited edition of 50.

Pigment printed on Hahnemuhle Photorag paper.

Image dimensions (h/w): 500x333mm.

 

Piercing

A famous Liverpool pub reflected in the window of a tattoo and piercings shop.

Limited edition of 50.

Pigment printed on Hahnemuhle Photorag paper.

Image dimensions (h/w): 500x333mm.

 

Sell Everything

Lime Street, Liverpool, reflected in a bus-stop. Many of the buildings in this photograph have since been demolished.

Limited edition of 50.

Pigment printed on Hahnemuhle Photorag paper.

Image dimensions (h/w): 333x500mm.

 

Mersey Docks and Harbour Board

On of Liverpool’s celebrated “Three Graces” reflected in new buildings at Mann Island.

Limited edition of 50.

Pigment printed on Hahnemuhle Photorag paper.

Image dimensions (h/w): 500x333mm.

 

Office Work

This photograph featured in the book collection Carousel, my collaboration with poet Rebecca Goss.

Limited edition of 50.

Pigment printed on Canson Baryta semi-gloss paper.

Image dimensions (h/w): 333x500mm.

 

Island, Rydal Water

Rydal water is often very busy with daytrippers, but early in the morning, when there is fog, and the water is still, it is one of the most tranquil of places.

Limited edition of 50.

Pigment printed on Hahnemuhle Photorag paper.

Image dimensions (h/w): 500x333mm.

 

Honister Pass

This part of the Lake District has been mined for slate for centuries, but it remains profoundly beautiful in its own way. This photograph has been exhibited at the Portico Library and Gallery (2015), and will appear at the Heaton Cooper Studio Archive Gallery, Grasmere, in October 2019.

Limited edition of 25.

Pigment printed on Canson Baryta semi-gloss paper.

Image dimensions (h/w): 333x500mm

 

Boathouse, Grasmere

The boathouse on the Western shore of Grasmere, framed by branches and surrounded by fog.

Limited edition of 100.

Pigment printed on Hahnemuhle Photorag paper.

Image dimensions (h/w): 240x320mm.