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© 2018 BY JAMES WARMAN

info@jameswarmanphotography.com

07875 223999

Shropshire, UK

PROJECTS

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Elements - Woodland

 

For this inclusion in my ongoing Elements project I chose the theme "Woodland"

Elements - All Four Seasons

Elements is on ongoing project of mine where I take a series of images on a particular theme and present them in this collage style. This particular series was taken over 2017 / 18 and captures all four seasons.

Walkmills

For this project I was lucky enough to spend some time on a dairy farm in Shropshire. Coming from a rural county like Shropshire I am familiar with rural life but I'm very much a "townie". As such I went into this projects with eyes wide open, with no real expectations or pre-determined objective. I simply wanted to capture what I saw.

One thing I did notice was that being a dairy farmer today, not only requires early starts (its not a 9 to 5 job!), but how much science plays in managing the herd. Testing and analysis of samples seems to be a fundamental part of the job.

Many thanks to Roger and his family for accommodating me and giving me free range across the farm.

Hands, Head & Heart

"He who works with his hands is a labourer. He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman. He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist."

 

This quote, from Francis of Assisi, was the inspiration behind this photographic project, or more accurately, it provided me with the title for a project I'd been toying with for some years.

 

I wanted an insight into how artists create their work, which I hoped would help me better understand what actually constitutes art and, if I'm honest, try to validate my own artistic endeavours.

 

So, in 2018 I invited anyone who considers themselves to be an "artist" to get in touch with the view of being photographed by me for this project. Each sitting was at the artists "studio", in whatever form that took, and generally included a head shot, their hands (or at least them working on something), and a detailed shot of their workspace. At the same time they were asked 9 questions to provide some context to my images.

 

The result is "Hands, Head & Heart - a Photographic Reportage". This series of images with the accompanying text provides a glimpse into th ecreative process and hopefullly challenges the viewer to rethink their perception of what art is.

A photobook of the full series of images will be available shortly