Malcolm Cross Wiltshire, United Kingdom
I am a photographic artist. My work is colourful and abstract, inspired by urban and natural environments, expressionist art movements and many past and contemporary photographers. I aim to surprise and evoke a variety of emotions and reflective experiences, encouraging the viewer to see beyond the abstract.
I pursue the creation of my art through the medium of digital photography. A creative process where image capture and processing are of equal importance to me. When making images I use conventional and creative photographic techniques such as intentional camera movement and multiple exposure.
The freedom of the digital medium enables me to express the way I see, think and feel about the world around me. Invariably, I employ digital processing that shares some of the features of serigraphy or silk screen printing that I like to describe as ‘Digi-serigraphy’
Projects and exhibitions
09/01/2022 — 09/05/2022
This project came about during the first year of the pandemic while I was in Japan. I had the good fortune to visit a wisteria grove in Nara. An enchanting place where walking among the wisteria blossoms and meandering vines my mind easily wandered into colourful imagined realms. On my return to the UK in the following year I was able to...[Read more]