NEW! Oak Framed Archival Prints
“I came across Hanne’s work at a local market and couldn’t resist treating myself to a beautiful framed archival print of a dramatically crashing wave, lit from behind by a wild sky. The photo itself is stunning, and is complemented beautifully by the handmade oak frame. I really appreciate knowing that the wood for the frame has been sustainably sourced, and seeing this photo hanging on my wall every day gives me great pleasure. Thanks Hanne for your beautiful work!“
New and re-worked older images for my latest high quality and eco-friendly creative expression. See the portfolio below and detailed description at the bottom of the page.
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TREES, CANOPIES & DANDELIONS
– Photographed in Co. Clare. (except #041, Big Sur, US)
SEA, SAND & CLIFF SCAPES
– Fanore, Doolin, Clahane, Cliffs of Moher & Ballyvaughan. Co. Clare.
THE BURREN, CO. CLARE
Mullaghmore, view from Black Head over Galway Bay and Burren Stonewalls.
LIKE A PAINTING – MOON OVER THE BURREN & DOOLIN, CO. CLARE
TAKING IN THE VIEW, COPENHAGEN
Museum quality archival print on 100% cotton Hahnemühle photography paper, eco-friendly paper production. Size 21cm x 15 cm.
Handmade frame of sustainable solid oak (29cm x 23cm) specifically made for these images. With art glass and acid free mount.
Product 100% supporting local Irish independent businesses.
Signed and framed by Hanne T. Fisker in her *hyggelige cottage in the Burren.
Price: €90.00 plus shipping.
Only 7 frames in stock.
Prints in stock.
The photographs are also available as an archival print to order, not kept in stock, in size A4, A3 and A2.
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“For me, Hanne’s art captures the dramatic and evocative nature of Clare landscapes whilst creating a sense of subtlety and calmness. She has such a skill to capture this range of feelings! I love to gift Hanne’s images with their simple, elegant frames to family and friends so that they can also experience this beautiful art in their homes”
*’hyggelige’ Danish for a calm and caring realm.