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Stunning Snowscape Arctic Photography

This beautiful photograph was taken by fine art photographer Patricia Ramaer on the Arctic Residency 2018, an expedition she took to the Arctic on the tall ship, Antigua. Patricia's landscape photography work captures the beauty and timelessness of remote locations and "Aligning in Multiples" is no exception. 

As not much grows in the Arctic, this image shows the stunning rock formations that are every geologist's dream. Patricia states this image is also inspired by the feeling of having sea-legs whenever they stepped foot on land from being on the ship for so long. 

Each art wall panel print is printed and hand crafted to the artist's specification at an award winning, industry-leading print lab in Scotland.

"ALIGNING IN MULTIPLES" LIMITED EDITION PHOTOGRAPH

£1,393.00

Patricia Ramaer

2019©Patricia Ramaer

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"ALIGNING IN MULTIPLES" LIMITED EDITION PHOTOGRAPH

Patricia Ramaer

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  • Part of the 'Between' series, a series of incredible photographs from an Arctic expedition by renowned Scottish based photographer, Patricia Ramaer.

    Taken from the anchored down tall ship, Antigua, at Van Keulenhamna, Svalbard.

    This awe-inspiring image features natural rock formations of the Arctic as viewed from the sea.

    Part of a limited edition series, each piece is numbered and signed by the artist. Printed and handcrafted to the artist’s specification on 6mm acrylic gloss.

  • MEASUREMENTS

  • 24”x36” - Limited to 150 pieces
    30"x40" - Limited to 100 pieces
    40"x60" - Limited to 50 pieces
  • DELIVERY

  • 10 Working days
  • TO TREASURE FOR EVER

  • Lightly dust, with a soft clean cotton cloth.
    Use as little pressure as possible to avoid scratches.
    Sweep the cloth gently from side to side to remove any dust.
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