Size unframed: 85 x 68cm (91 x 74xm inc white bleed)
Medium: Photography printed on Canson Satin 270gsm Print
About the series:
This series of works aims for the full focus to be on bringing people attention to environmental issues and the impact they have on our wildlife. Using large scale portraits of endangered animals to evoke emotion and force the audience to come face to face with the creatures our materialistic and dangerous ways are hurting. This ultimately promotes the conservation of wildlife and nature through each animal’s portrait.
About the artist:
Blythe Whittle is an English wildlife and landscape photographer and an advocate for the conservation of Wildlife and Nature. Using dramatic scenes she aims to make the image feel as if it is coming to life and to capture the attention of a global audience.
Blythe spends the majority of her time outdoors developing her style of photography to be shared with the world. In the future Blythe aims to continue to develop her photography and continue to support conservation projects and spread information about these issues.