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Brian Griffiths

Brian Griffiths is based on the Welsh border and came to our attention on one of our many cross country trips. We have a small selection of unframed prints in a browser showcasing the wonderful scenery on the English/Welsh border in particular.

Porthcawl

Unramed Open Edition Photograph
57 x41cms
£80.00 not including shipping


Kern Bridge

Unframed Open Edition Photograph
56 x 41cms
£80.00 not including shipping


Skirrid Black Mountains

Unframed Open Edition Photograph
57 x 40 cms
£80.00 not including shipping


Malvern Hills South

Unframed Open Edition Photograph
57 x 41cms
£80.00 not including shipping


Chase End Hill

Unframed Open Edition Photograph
57 x 41 cms
£80.00 not including shipping


May Hill Moon Rise

Unframed Open Edition Photograph
50 x 40cms
£80.00 not including shipping


May Hill

Unframed Open Edition Photograph
48 x 48cms
£135.00 not including shipping


Cat’s Back

Unframed Open Edition Photograph
44.5 x 37cms
£80.00 not including shipping


Y=Red Dress

Unframed Open Edition Photograph
45 x 34.5cms
£80.00 not including shipping


DFR Parkend, Forest of Dean

Unframed Open Edition Photograph
61 x 46cms
£80.00 not including shipping


Bishopswood Wye Valley

Unframed Open Edition Photograph
61 x 46cms
£80.00 not including shipping

Brian Griffiths has a background in art and design having worked as a landscape architect for many years before developing a career as a furniture maker in 1987. He got interested in photography with his first digital camera in 2005 and has not stopped since.

In 2009 his work was selected for the National Theatre “Take a View” exhibition and he was runner-up in Landscape Photographer of the Year. One of his images was used for the front page of the Sunday Times Spectrum magazine in October 2009. He is a frequent contributor to Outdoor Photography Magazine as well as having work selected by Royal Geographical Magazine in 2010. His work was included in “England’s 100 Best Views” in 2013.

All his images are printed on Fuji silver halide archival paper which has a colour fastness guarantee of 75 years.

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