Fine Art Photography

Shelley’s Fine Art Photography has a number of influences. From the 16th and 17th century Dutch Masters through the Chakras used in Yoga and contemporary, paired back minimalism.

She creates her photographs by using window light, something that comes from her original influences. This adds a natural feel to the textures and colours giving a depth that studio lighting can often lose. She manipulates the light, reflecting it into spaces that need it or shading other elements. It can take many hours (if not days) to construct her photographs.

There are messages and symbolism in most of her Fine Art photographs, if you choose to look for them. Some of them can be a little hard to find

Her Fine Art photographs fall into two main categories: Still Lifes and Flower Pieces. Each have their own page for you to explore.

Some of her recent photographs concentrate on textures and shapes – often the spaces in between the elements create yet more areas for contemplation. She’d love to hear your views on them, please feel free to use her Contact page.

The best way for you to view her Fine Art photographs is to visit one of her exhibitions. Her photographs look so much better in “real life” than they do on a computer screen, so why not look at her Exhibitions page to see where she is showing her work? She’d love to welcome you to one of her shows.

You can purchase her photographs as very limited edition prints. She prints them on museum quality cotton rag paper using archival quality inks. They are then framed in simple, narrow aluminium frames – matt black for the dark photographs and matt silver colour for the lighter versions. However, if you have a particular site for one of her photographs, she will be very happy to discuss your requirements.

The two frame sizes she produces on a regular basis are 75x50cm and 50x40cm which are available for £265 or £215 respectively, plus delivery.

Other media are available such as aluminium dibond and acrylic. Please use the Contact form should you wish to purchase any of Shelley’s work.