Lock 92 by Craig Barker - Signed Fine Photography Print - Egoiste Gallery
Lock 92 by Craig Barker - Signed Fine Photography Print - Egoiste Gallery

Lock 92 by Craig Barker - Signed Fine Photography Print

Regular price £12.00

Item Description:

ITEM DESCRIPTION: 
A high quality signed giclee print of Lock 92 by Craig Barker 

Frame Details:

FRAME DETAILS: 
Black wooden frame with glass front and white mount.

We frame to high standards at Egoiste Gallery, using:

  • Pinewood mouldings painted black (avoiding foiled mouldings that can warp easily)
  • Ph Neutral mount and mounting tape to protect the print over time
  • 2mm Float Glass front giving nice extra weight to the item and avoiding the bad reflections that come with perspex.
  • Rigid metal tabs used to secure the print and backboard - prevents pressure on the glass from loosening the fixings. 

Delivery:

DELIVERY: 
We deliver prints and framed prints worldwide. Prints up to A3 are delivered in hard backed envelopes and above A3 we use tubes. Please allow 1-4 working days for dispatch. If you need your item quicker than this please contact us at contact@egoistegallery.com. If you would like to pick up your item from our Gallery in Manchester Town centre (3rd Floor Afflecks) please select this as your delivery option at checkout and there will be no delivery fee.

About Craig Barker:

ABOUT CRAIG BARKER: 
As a photographer I like to work at the edge of light and dark, at the extremes of lighting. In doing this, I don't capture a split second of time, but in some of my pictures a few minutes are portrayed. Hence many of my shots are taken when the lighting is poor or the weather is bad.

Having formally studied photography and graduating with an Honours Degree, I went on
to work for various imaging companies.
I established my own fine art photography business (Original Pictures LTD) in 2004.

My inspirations come from an early age, my dad used to be a Manchester black cab
driver. I would often go out with him as a child, just observing the people and architecture.
It was only later when I started working in photography that I realised what an impact this time spent viewing Manchester from this perspective had on my work.

I don’t look for the perfect sunrise or sunset, as in music, songs that touch
us deeper have a minor chord.