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|Sally Wood Photography|
|I can print images onto a variety of different fabrics. The process enhances the painting-like quality to the images - retaining image quality whilst softening the pixels. The images are stretched across a wooden frame, making them lightweight even at the maximum width of 1.5m.I have been supplying display pieces to interior designers and art collectors for just over 5 years. The printing method has been tested to remain fully colourfast for over 70 years. The prints themselves can be hand washed, ironed and remounted if required.|
|I am self taught and have been promoting and selling my work on and off for 5 years. I have sold at least one print from each space I have exhibited at and have had excellent feedback from interior designers who like the unique effect of the fabric printing.|
|I have achieved a high sales rate with a minimum amount of exposure. I have been asked to provide a number of bespoke commissions for my clients and I am happy to discuss any individual requirements. |
|The Union Chapel, Sunday Soundtrack Highbury Corner |
Date: 23rd May – 23rd August – 2007
The Union Chapel, a magical space entrenched in the history of the area has been lauded as one of the best alternative venues in London. The vast back bar in the old Sunday school is often used for events and the pictures hung from the old iron rafters. An unusual expose.
Number 10, 10 Golbourne Road, Ladbroke Grove, London
Date: 6th July - 6th August - 2005
Number 10 is a three floor gallery space refurbished to promote the work of up and coming and established contemporary photographers. The ground and first floor act as a public gallery space and meeting place with bar and restaurant and a private bar and gallery on the top floor. The curator Bee Keskin is an established professional photographer who runs photography consultancy The Picture Clinic in the West End.
The Anchor and Hope, 36 The Cut, London
Date: 2nd April – 2nd May - 2005
The Anchor and Hope is an award winning gastro pub in Waterloo housing rolling monthly art exhibitions.
The Creamery Restaurant and gallery space, Crouch End Broadway
Date: 4th - 30th June - 2004
The Victoria Stakes restaurant and gallery. 1 Muswell Hill, N10 Date: 27 April - 18 May – 2004
The Victoria Stakes is a restaurant gallery. The exhibitions are free to customers looking for a unique cultural and culinary experience in the dining hall on the first floor.
Middle Lane Crouch End Date: 3 - 25 April - 2004
Florians has been the hub of it's community for over 15 years. Renowned for promoting the work of local artists, it offers a constantly rotating exhibition space in the busy back restaurant.
|I get a great deal of satisfaction from supplying businesses and individuals with artwork. I know how important it is for me to have something visual to drift into from time to time and hope that my images enable people to abstract themselves from life a little. It is very important for me that an image is as large in life as it was when it was taken so that the viewer can achieve this more easily.|
|Buy Sally Wood photography at New Art Collectors, the fine art gallery. Find modern paintings, prints, photography & sculpture for sale international artists and designers.|