Elizabeth James Art creates gallery-quality limited edition original fine art photography for homes and working environments.
Elizabeth James Art was created by London-born photographer Elizabeth James. Our products are proudly created and produced in the UK using only British manufacturers and suppliers. We make mounted prints, framed prints, postcards, art greetings cards, wall art, wearable art and homewares.
Established in 2013, Elizabeth James Art has worked hard to expand the product range, exhibiting regularly at art fairs and events, and was in the top 5 ranked 4th out of 100 at The Other Art Fair in April 2014.
In 2014 work from the company’s Colour in Motion series was exhibited in the Works on Paper Art Fair in the Science Museum, at Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant London House in Battersea Square, and at the Stratstone of Mayfair Aston Martin showroom for the launch of the new Aston Martin Vanquish.
Elizabeth James Art is proud to support their chosen charity Breast Cancer Care and has worked closely with the charity to create products to help raise awareness and much-needed funds.
‘I was born and raised in London where my relationship with photography first came to light. I discovered photography at the tender age of 9 years old where I was anxious and couldn’t wait to own a camera some day. Looking down the lens was like a different world, a form of escapism. A world where at that age, I thought only I knew and understood because it was viewed through my eyes. I enjoy exploring natures elements, one of my favourite subjects to photograph is water. Water can be calming, graceful, tranquil, powerful, strong, still or free-flowing.
When my work is viewed I hope the viewer will feel the energy of the water as it was captured and enjoy the ethereal qualities of the forms as they have a delicate beauty that makes the image seem not to be part of the real world. Once I discovered a camera was used to record and document our environments, my world opened up.
I enjoy capturing sections of my subjects and leave a little to the imagination. I look for the interesting in the ordinary; it seems to sharpen my senses. I like looking for texture, shadows and reflections. The outcome is a personal exploration of my subject matter.
I am always aiming for the point where form, function and meaning intersect seamlessly. Capturing the visual rhythms in natural flow is a way of gaining a glimpse of our environment we barely notice or have words for but connects us all.’
Courtesy of the artist’s website.