Eyeline
"Eyeline"
Documentation of Land Art created on Gordon's Bay beach by packing red stones onto the rocks during low tide.  Limited edition archival print on cotton paper Size: 30 x 17 cm Editions: 5 UNFRAMED Please note that this artwork is printed on order – please allow 12 work days for printing, packaging and delivery. Please view my terms & conditions or contact me for more information
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Three photos of arranged rocks on the beach with waves coming in
Gordonsbay Rock Slivers
Photo-documention of land art: Rock Slivers, Gordon's Bay, Western Cape. Medium: Printed on Textured Matte Art Paper - unframed Edition size: Once-off print - signed & editioned 1/1 Size: 29.7 x 42 cm Year: 2014 (printed 2015) This artwork is already printed, but please allow 7 work days for packaging and delivery. Please view my terms & conditions or contact me for more information.
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Three photos of waves on the beach
Human Nature Time I
Breaking the line of the water’s edge with a stone, a broken shell during the incoming tide. Sunset Beach, West Coast of the Western Cape, South Africa This artwork symbolises our ability as humans to stop or resist the tide coming in the years ahead. Collectively we have managed to cause anthropomorphic climate change through our ceaseless burning of fossil fuels, abuse of resources, deforestation and greenhouse gases caused by our consumption. We have caused irreversible damage to the quality of life of our future generations, and even if we manage to change our ways, we’ve already reached or passed the tipping point. At the same time, however, when we compare our existence as a species on this planet to the time that the earth has existed, we realize that our lives are quite inconsequential. The impact we leave will not last for hundreds of thousands of years into the future. We endlessly resist the tide of time that is entwined with nature’s essence in our daily lives, but eventually we cannot resist or impede nature’s cycles, growth and transformation any more than the broken shell temporarily resists the line of the water from the incoming tide before being washed away completely. Limited edition photographic print on art paper. Editions: 3 Size: 30 x 54 cm (includes white border) UNMOUNTED, UNFRAMED Please allow up to 12 working days for delivery - printed on order.  
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Three photos of the waves on the beach
Human Nature Time II
Breaking the line of the water’s edge with a stone, a broken shell during the incoming tide. Sunset Beach, West Coast of the Western Cape, South Africa This artwork symbolises our ability as humans to stop or resist the tide coming in the years ahead. Collectively we have managed to cause anthropomorphic climate change through our ceaseless burning of fossil fuels, abuse of resources, deforestation and greenhouse gases caused by our consumption. We have caused irreversible damage to the quality of life of our future generations, and even if we manage to change our ways, we’ve already reached or passed the tipping point. At the same time, however, when we compare our existence as a species on this planet to the time that the earth has existed, we realize that our lives are quite inconsequential. The impact we leave will not last for hundreds of thousands of years into the future. We endlessly resist the tide of time that is entwined with nature’s essence in our daily lives, but eventually we cannot resist or impede nature’s cycles, growth and transformation any more than the broken shell temporarily resists the line of the water from the incoming tide before being washed away completely. Limited edition photographic print on art paper. Editions: 3 Size: 30 x 54 cm (includes white border) UNMOUNTED, UNFRAMED Please allow up to 12 working days for delivery - printed on order.  
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A collection of three photos of waves on the beach
Human Nature Time III
Breaking the line of the water’s edge with a stone, a broken shell during the incoming tide. Sunset Beach, West Coast of the Western Cape, South Africa This artwork symbolises our ability as humans to stop or resist the tide coming in the years ahead. Collectively we have managed to cause anthropomorphic climate change through our ceaseless burning of fossil fuels, abuse of resources, deforestation and greenhouse gases caused by our consumption. We have caused irreversible damage to the quality of life of our future generations, and even if we manage to change our ways, we’ve already reached or passed the tipping point. At the same time, however, when we compare our existence as a species on this planet to the time that the earth has existed, we realize that our lives are quite inconsequential. The impact we leave will not last for hundreds of thousands of years into the future. We endlessly resist the tide of time that is entwined with nature’s essence in our daily lives, but eventually we cannot resist or impede nature’s cycles, growth and transformation any more than the broken shell temporarily resists the line of the water from the incoming tide before being washed away completely. Limited edition photographic print on art paper. Editions: 3 Size: 30 x 54 cm (includes white border) UNMOUNTED, UNFRAMED Please allow up to 12 working days for delivery - printed on order.  
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Three photos of the waves on the beach
Human Nature Time IV
Breaking the line of the water’s edge with a stone, a broken shell during the incoming tide. Sunset Beach, West Coast of the Western Cape, South Africa This artwork symbolises our ability as humans to stop or resist the tide coming in the years ahead. Collectively we have managed to cause anthropomorphic climate change through our ceaseless burning of fossil fuels, abuse of resources, deforestation and greenhouse gases caused by our consumption. We have caused irreversible damage to the quality of life of our future generations, and even if we manage to change our ways, we’ve already reached or passed the tipping point. At the same time, however, when we compare our existence as a species on this planet to the time that the earth has existed, we realize that our lives are quite inconsequential. The impact we leave will not last for hundreds of thousands of years into the future. We endlessly resist the tide of time that is entwined with nature’s essence in our daily lives, but eventually we cannot resist or impede nature’s cycles, growth and transformation any more than the broken shell temporarily resists the line of the water from the incoming tide before being washed away completely. Limited edition photographic print on art paper. Editions: 3 Size: 30 x 54 cm (includes white border) UNMOUNTED, UNFRAMED Please allow up to 12 working days for delivery - printed on order.  
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A wide photo of a line on the beach with water coming in
Line in the Sand
Part of a small series of photographs documenting the line left by the surf on a beach in Da Nang, Vietnam, in November 2019. Limited edition fine art print Printed on Watercolour paper Paper size: 80 x 42cm / Image size: 65 x 28cm Editions: 10 UNFRAMED Please note that this artwork is printed on order - please allow 12 work days for printing, packaging and delivery. Please view my terms & conditions or contact me for more information
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A collection of three photos of land art being wiped away by the waves on the beach
Washed Away
Documentation of land art created on Sunset Beach, Cape Town. Limited Edition archival print on art paper Print size: 52 x 30 cm (includes a generous white border which makes it possible to frame the print without mount board) Edition size: 3 Please note this print is UNFRAMED. This artwork is printed on order – please allow 12 work days for printing, packaging and delivery. Please view my terms & conditions or contact me for more information Weggespoel deur die gety se in-uit-vee Uitgewis deur die loop van tyd en gees Herinnering van ‘n oomblik op die strand Fluistering van ons lewe se kort bestaan Tussenin kan ons slegs hoop en bid Rakelings alles vir ‘n oomblik beter te verstaan Weggespoel is die bestaan van daardie oomblik Uitgewis deur die gety se in-uit-vee ‘n Herinnering in ‘n foto, woorde en gedagte vasgevang Simboliek van ons kort aardslewensbestaan – Janet Botes, 2016   Rough Translation: Washed Away By the tide’s in-out-sweep Erased by the march of time and spirit Memory of a moment on the beach Whispering of our live’s short existence Inbetween we can only hope and pray Nearly-so all for a moment clearer understood Washed Away is the existence of that moment Erased by the tide’s in-out-sweep A memory captured in a photo, words and thought Symbolic of our short earthly life-existence
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