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        Drowned in Sunbeams

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        Will Claridge

        UK-based artist Will Claridge is an emerging photographer with an interesting approach to his practice. Will’s work sits on the intersection between photography, painting and installation, and he finishes his photography with hand-applied, tactile details that add an extra dimension to the piece. Exploring the poetry that can be found in everyday life, Will takes otherwise banal subjects such as scenes from city streets and breathes new life into them. His use of paint splatters pushes his work into the realm of the abstract, offering fresh perspectives on familiar sights.

        Will Claridge’s Career as an Artist

        Although he is in the early stages of his career, Will’s unique brand of mixed media photography has already achieved great success. The artist graduated with a BA in Fine Art from the artistic hub of Falmouth in Cornwall, before going on to exhibit in both solo and group shows around the country. Most recently, Will has worked on a series titled The Poetics of the Everyday, which explores the beauty of everyday scenes by obscuring their reality.

        Exhibitions and Awards

        Will Claridge’s abstract photography has been exhibited across the UK, including in group shows at the OXO Tower and Truman Brewery in London, as well as solo shows in Essex and London. Will was also awarded the Talented Art Fair Collector’s Award in 2020.

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