Phil Lavery

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In The Broken Place series. A response to my heart attack of 2016.

In The Broken Place series. A response to my heart attack of 2016.

In The Broken Place series. A response to my heart attack of 2016.

In The Broken Place series. A response to my heart attack of 2016.

In The Broken Place series. A response to my heart attack of 2016.

In The Broken Place series. A response to my heart attack of 2016.

In The Broken Place series. A response to my heart attack of 2016.

In The Broken Place series. A response to my heart attack of 2016.

Transitional Spaces series

Transitional Spaces series

Dark Geometries series

Dark Geometries series

Transitional Spaces series

In Praise Of Shadows series

In Praise Of Shadows series

In Praise Of Shadows series

In Praise Of Shadows series

In Praise Of Shadows series

In Praise Of Shadows series

In Praise Of Shadows series

In Praise Of Shadows series

In Praise Of Shadows series

In Praise Of Shadows series

In Praise Of Shadows series

In Praise Of Shadows series

Phil Lavery

I'm a visual artist living and working on the west coast of Scotland. A graduate of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and an Associate of The Royal Photographic Society.

Drawn to geometry, proportion and light and intrigued by abstraction, mystery and the hidden stories of things, my In Praise Of Shadows and Dark Geomtries series are examples of this and are part of an overarching and ongoing Transitional Spaces project.

The In The Broken Places series is a response to my heart attack of April 2016. Unusually, my eyes were also affected, leaving me with a very reduced area of focus, a bit like looking at the world through a macro lens. My images are usually about finding beauty in ignored and forgotten spaces. So, I suppose it’s only natural, that with this very personal series, I’m trying to find beauty in those things and places that have played, or continue to play, a part in my treatment and recovery – their wabi-sabi. 

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