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Looking for Alice :  Sian Davey

'Looking for Alice': One Mother's Touching Story of Raising a Daughter with Down Syndrome - Feature Shoot

A psychotherapist for 15 years, Sian Davey switched careers to photography in 2014 and has made a success of it - she’s now represented by Michael Hoppen Gallery, for example, and her book Looking for Alice was nominated for the Aperture Best Book Award at Paris Photo 2016, and the Kraszna-Krausz Fo

Home, from the series Looking for Alice, 2014 Alice was born with Down’s Syndrome. Her mother Sian Davey started photographing her at one year old and the resulting images represent, she says, ‘fear and uncertainty’ on the path to unconditional love

Hi all! This botanical bonanza  is now available in my online shop! Its a single colour A3 screen print & i only have a limited number available. pop over to my shop for a more detailed browse ^_^http://melissacastrillon.bigcartel.com/

melissa-castrillon: “Hi all! This botanical bonanza is now available in my online shop! Its a single colour screen print & i only have a limited number available. pop over to my shop for a more detailed browse.

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Woodcut Bryan Nash Gill Artist Bryan Nash Gill’s magnificent large-scale relief prints from the cross-sections of fallen and damaged trees offer a visual meditation on time, impermanence, and.