Time­less im­ages of the Moors

Yorkshire Post - Culture & The Guide - - ART -

PHO­TOG­RA­PHER Charles Twist, who is based in Salt­burn, has cre­ated a se­ries of time­less im­ages of the North York Moors us­ing pho­to­graphic and print­ing pro­cesses of the Vic­to­rian era. The sepia pic­tures were cre­ated us­ing a print­ing method orig­i­nally de­vel­oped in the 1840s and the re­sult is rem­i­nis­cent of both etch­ings and wa­ter­colours. “The im­ages hold as few traces of time as pos­si­ble,” says Twist. “These pic­tures are time­less... in the lit­eral sense of be­ing out­side time.” The pic­tures are on dis­play at In­spired By... Gallery in Danby from March 6-31.

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