Michael Kenna, a renowned British landscape photographer who was originally bound for the priesthood, discontinued his religious studies, but retained the discipline’s spirituality in his reverent nature images. Kenna uses unusually long exposures to capture time and memories, working in the tranquility of nighttime or dawn. To forge a deeper understanding of a subject, Kenna often spends many hours with it before photographing it, and pays his respects by returning to it years later. Designed to elicit intimate emotions, Kenna’s award-winning photos are no larger than 8’ x 8’, and have graced worldwide exhibitions and museums.
This fine art print has been enhanced with a blind emboss.