Print: Robert Clark Conservatory

8" x 10" (20.3 x 25.4cm)
 Inkjet fine art print on Moab Summerset Museum Rag 300 paper,
stamped and dated on the reverse by the photographer.

"Robert Clark Conservatory, Ballarat" was a photograph made during a commissioned trip to Ballarat in late spring, showcasing the city and surrounding region for Aus Cycling ahead of the National Road Championships that coming January.

Photographed during an early evening walk through the Ballarat botanical gardens, it formed the basis of an ongoing body of work that explores the relationship between people with nature – whether through conservation and nurturing, or destruction.

A print of this photograph was exhibited alongside other pieces from this body of work at the Sandy Creek Weekender in February 2023.

As these prints are made to order there may be 1 to 2 week delay to dispatch.
Inkjet printing (sometimes known as giclée) is an art printing process, where tiny dots of ink are sprayed through a series of nozzles on to paper. The result is exceptional detail and a wider colour gamut than is possible with traditional photographic C-type prints.