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Giclée Hahnemühle Photo Rag

10.0" × 10.0" (254mm × 254mm)

This artwork is unframed - framing costs are additional.

Artist Proof


While studying the landscape in the Sierra Maria-Los Vélez Natural Park, Andalucía, Kelly observed how farmers were struggling with the lack of rain that replenished the water source. This area is one of the most vulnerable regions in Europe to climate change and without careful land and water management desertification of this region will intensify. In this picture water lilies have been both scorched by the intense sun and overwhelmed by blanket weed.


Kelly Hill is a fine art photographer and curator. She works closely with the Architect, Michael Pawlyn on exhibitions, films, publications and online, including Flourish (Pawlyn & Ichioka), Buey’s Acorns (Ackroyd & Harvey), Future Knowledge (Modern Art Oxford) and Designing with Nature (The Architecture Foundation). Using the medium of photography, drawing, walking, making and installation, Kelly investigates what it is to be a part of nature and how we can establish a reciprocal relationship with it. She examines how our interactions with the natural world have shifted - metaphorically, politically, and climatically.

Los Nenufares (The Water Lilies) Andalucia

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