“Formed by millions of years of wind and water erosion, Antelope Canyon’s magnificent smooth and flowing shaped sandstone have made it one of the most famous slot canyons in the world.
The Navajo sandstone, formed from the petrified sand dunes of a large Jurassic desert, have become an incredible canvas for the flash floods to carve their masterpieces.
Carved into many different geological layers of sandstone and limestone, these canyons have become otherworldly sculptures of stone that slowly evolved over time.
As the shutter broke the silence, I was in total awe, seeing what the camera had captured. A beautiful female figure had revealed herself inside the beam of light. An ephemeral spirit formed of sand suspended briefly in time.
As the scene vanished never to be seen again I felt incredibly fortunate to have captured this unique moment in time”.
Our Signature Collection is designed to be at the very pinnacle of image quality and fine art presentation. We make no compromise in terms of image quality, material or craftsmanship.
Your chosen fine art print is offered from a maximum collection of 150 worldwide, across all sizes manufactured. Each print is handcrafted to absolute perfection, using only the finest museum-grade art materials in the world, signed, numbered and presented with a unique Certificate of Authenticity. Each Certificate of Authenticity has a unique edition number and is handwritten and signed by the Artist.
“The Arising” is offered on the exquisite Canson® Infinity Platine Fibre Rag art medium.
Canson® Infinity Platine Fibre Rag
With an aesthetic and feel mimicking that of F-type smooth satin fiber paper from the darkroom, Platine Fibre Rag Paper from Canson Infinity sets a new benchmark for printing in the digital age.
Canson® Infinity Platine Fibre 100% cotton paper has the latest microporous coating along with the classic platinum/platine finish providing the aesthetic and feel of the original F-Type Baryta Fibre paper, having a true pure white tone without using optical brighteners.
The 310 gsm paper has a thickness of 15.6 mil and is rated with a whiteness of 89.12%.