Noel Myles' Suffolk
Painter-turned-photographer Noel Myles has spent the last 15 years documenting the East Anglian countryside in a series of beautiful images made up of dozens of individual shots
Myles lives and works in Sudbury, Suffolk. The town is famous as the birthplace of another artist, Thomas Gainsborough, whose house now serves as a museum and gallery. Myles' work will appear there in a show entitled East Anglia and the Stour Valley which opens in March next year. Shown above is Still Film of an Oak. Below, A Short Film of Spring.
See more of Myles's work at his website here
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Really lovely - such patience required for this kind of work.
Starn Twins - meets - David Hockney
This is more like it. Original.
Great contemporary approach to landscape
a very old "trick" but always effective
Its a simple idea but like they say, the simple ideas are always the best! As Mr Da Vinci once said "simplicity is the ultimate sophistication."
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