MOREMI WATER, Botswana | Crookes&Jackson
"In Botswana when it is wet on the earth it is dry in the sky and visa versa. The majority of the delta water arrives from the wet highlands of Angola via the Cubango River. The flood peaks in June and August when the Delta swells - creating a vast oasis in an otherwise arid country. In this image you see rain falling in the permanent delta water where the deep channels and waterholes hold water throughout the year - these channels are lifelines. We love the way this image feels tactile, it is reminiscent of an elephant skin - fluid and static, alive but aged."
Each image is printed on Hannemuhle archival print paper by master printers. The images are individually signed by the artists and each one is uniquely numbered, catalogued and supplied with a certificate of authenticity. They are available in editions of just fifty per dimensional range and delivered unframed.
Archival Pigment Print
Editions of 7 + 2APS
A0 | 841 x 1189mm / 33.1 x 46.8 inch
A1 | 594 x 841mm / 16.5 x 23.4 inch
C&J Framing Recommendations
Crookes&Jackson recommend framing these images in a natural wooden box frame painted white : 4,5cmx2cm deep, anti-reflective glass with a border of white space 2cm all around.