Best of Fine Art Photography: Graham Earnshaw

ART EDIT PRESENTS PIONEERING FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY TO LIVEN UP YOUR WALLS.

At first glance, it is difficult to say for sure whether the work of Graham Earnshaw is painting or photography. There is subtlety of colour and tone to his landscape images that makes you look twice to ensure the photo isn’t actually moving. First having taken an interest in photography at the tender age of 11, the Perth-based artist’s practice blends a love for the natural world with influences from the Impressionist paintings of Monet. The result is a style whose softness both highlights and enhances impressions of our living environment.

There’s no one way to display Graham’s work on your walls. His photographs are usually either printed on colour-enhancing “metallic” paper or on Acrylic glass, a technology that the artist says is changing the way fine art photographs are displayed. Whatever your preference, these works can be found on the artist’s website.

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