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Spanning the Thames - Rainy day on Chelsea Bridge (#S_T_THAMES_04)
About: This fascinating series of photographic artwork captures Londons' bridges at night. This photographic artwork utilises High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology, for a more dramatic contrast within the lightest and darkest elements of a frame, resulting in a more intense image with a near surrealism whilst staying true to its subject. By Lancashire-born London based artist Nick Jackson.
Medium: A digital canvas stretched over a chunky box frame
Artist Info: Nick has won numerous awards for his photography. His work is regularly published in travel, photography and wildlife magazines as well as national newspapers including The Daily & Sunday Telegraph, The Guardian, Lonely Planet and Countryfile magazines. Exhibitions include: Menier Gallery, London “Paris & London images”; Blank Wall Gallery, Athens, Greece “New York, New York” exhibition; Brick Lane Gallery, London. “Urban vs Rural” exhibition; The Northcote Gallery, Battersea, London "Nick Jackson Photography" solo exhibition.
Option 1: You choose office art If you know what you like, we can set-up an account for you to have a browse through our extensive art rental collection. With your account, you can create your own wish-lists, share with colleagues and send us your shortlists. We will then review, send you a tailored art rental quote and finalise details with you
Option 2: We recommend art for your office Some customers prefer us to suggest artwork ideas suitable for their business type and space. You can email us some photos and a description of your needs. Or we can arrange a site visit (free in central London). We can then create a tailored light-box for you to view artwork, share with colleagues and choose from.
Option 3: Let your staff vote on your office artwork Or you can involve your staff in choosing office artwork, using our online staff voting tool. We will set up this tool for you based on a shortlist of your favourite artwork ranges, then process the scores for you and let you know the outcome.
Or sometimes our clients prefer a mix of the above options.