Solar Water Series
The Solar Water series reveals David Carter’s study of water and reflection. Many of the images were taken within 100 metres of his home, at a shallow, fast flowing stream, called Batherm. Dave manages to capture much beauty from the waters surface. In this collection, you’re given the illusion of celestial bodies and microscopic worlds, with colourful patterns, varied textures, and different mediums.
Dave captured the remains of a failed bonfire featuring a kitchen workshop in March 2014. A Christmas tree was added to help combustions, but with little effect. Dave saw the potential through his camera for puzzle images and captured this series evoking thoughts of volcanic landscapes, deserts, fiery planetary depths and cracked earth. These unique photo art prints are bold and contrasting, making them great feature pieces in a home.
The Tree series presents the variety of different ways Dave captured the essence of trees. Using reflections, macroscopic and abstract photography, and experiments with texture, he composed a collection of stunning nature art images. As with Dave’s style, the images give the illusion of being something other than what they are. Perhaps the illusion is the reality?
This series has a variety of different subject matters ranging from rock and spiderwebs to the waters of Venice. The images feature bold colours, hypnotic patterns, and unusual aspect ratios that provide new opportunities for hanging. This eclectic set of photographic art prints demonstrates Dave’s ability to capture and compose images with his unique perspective wherever he went.
Thin Strip Series
The prints in this series are images Dave specifically designed to be shown in this slice or ‘thin strip’ format. Dave used these abstract photographs to create individual cards for special days. We offer some of these card designs in on our greeting cards page. The images themselves work beautifully in combinations as well as individually, and are a good choice for a narrowing wall space that needs a statement piece.