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Digital prints and a scanner-photographic fantasy world

Jan O'Highway's Dinosaur and the Moon
Jan O’Highway will be exhibiting digital prints in the foyer of Bristol City Hall at the Beyond Sustainability, part of the Schumacher Lectures on Saturday, June 15, which has given us the opportunity to show off some of her work.

Above is a scanner-photographic fantasy world of toys and plants, made during a Residency at the Botanic Garden of the Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolymbari, 2012

See more of her images, and check out her site

Vanitas: The Devonshire Day of the Dead


Verity Newman and Jan O’Highway cast an eye on what they say is the beauty existing in death and the vanity and folly of our precarious existence in an exhibition timed to celebrate Halloween, All Saints and Sanheim, apparently when the veil between the worlds is thin.

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