Owengate, Durham City
Owengate in Durham City leads up to Palace Green, and from there to the castle and the cathedral. It's one of those quaint little streets, for which Durham City is famous. It's lined by old buildings, and its cobbled roadway and the view of the cathedral as you ascend make it a very picturesque little street.
I want to give you a sense of the place, with its sneak preview of the cathedral and the movement of people (and their dogs, in some cases), even in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic of 2020.
I’ve developed the artwork by bringing together a series of photographs of the scene, taking them at different angles, distances, height, etc. The photographs are then manipulated and aligned to focus attention on the main subject, but also tell the story of its environment and circumstances, working them as a form of art, rather than a straight-forward photograph, making a great artwork in its own right.
The artwork is strictly limited to a run of 25, assuring you of rare wall-art wherever it is displayed. It is numbered and signed by the photographer and is accompanied by an embossed, signed letter of authenticity, with the limited-edition sequence number of the piece, along with a copy of the artwork.
Printed on Epson Professional Enhanced Matte Fine Art paper, using genuine Epson archival inks
Open Edition Prints (Single)