Size: 50cm x 33cm
Medium: Wood framed Giclée photographic print
Limited edition 2/100
About the artwork:
Each doorway I wandered through in this ghost town drew me deeper into the visions of its halcyon days as Namibia's richest gold mining town. Whose magnificence was outshone only by its spectacular demise.
About the artist:
Andy Summons is a photographer and writer living in Byron Bay. He co-founded boutique surf, travel and photography magazine Paper Sea Quarterly in 2011 and ran it as Editor-In-Chief for seven years before leaving to focus on personal projects. He’s captured a strong body of work from years of misadventure, travel, and everyday moments with a camera in his hand. Andy grew up on the land, moved to the city, and now lives in the sea. He started taking photographs with his grandfather’s Pentax ES when he was a child, and continued exploring and snapping with different film and digital cameras and the unique perspectives they offer. Andy’s background in storytelling can be felt in his landscapes, portraits, and outdoor photographs.
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