Abstract Fine Art Print | Loft Studio
Fine Art Prints by Andrew Conway-Hyde
I wanted to create something that would be a celebration of colour and movement.
A2 – 420 x 594 mm (Open Edition Print) Hahnemühle Photo Matt Fibre 310gsm:
United Kingdom – Free Standard Delivery.
Standard delivery is 1-4 working days.
Worldwide – Delivery is free worldwide.
Please note, orders placed over the weekend or bank holidays will be dispatched on the following working day.
How long will it take to receive my order?
Standard Delivery: 1-4 Working Days
Next Working Day Delivery: 1 working day
Europe: 4 working days
United States: 4 working days
Rest Of World: 6 working days
LOFT STUDIO is a Gold Hahnemühle Certified Studio for digital fine art printing. All artwork will be shipped insured.
To get the best quality, everything is created within the studio. The image is printed on the very best Matte archival canvas and allowed to dry. The Matte Print is a beautiful traditional finish with a non-reflective matte finish. Like all of our fine art prints, it is printed on a specialist, 12-colour Giclee printer which ensures accurate detailed colour reproduction, deep blacks and light-fast inks that protect your print from fading. We use the very best materials and would expect my images to look stunning for more than a hundred years, as they will not fade in our lifetimes. The studio Certificate of Authenticity is attached. Andrew Conway-Hyde signs and numbers the image front and back. Your print is carefully rolled in acid-free tissue paper and placed in an art tube and shipped.
Quality & Sustainable Art Made Simple.
✔️ 100% Plastic-free – Eco & Vegan Friendly
✔️ Premium Quality – Giclee Printing.
✔️ Handmade In the Loft Studio on the Isle of Wight
✔️ FSC Certified – Sustainable Materials.
Fine Art Prints by Abstract Artist and Photographer Andrew Conway-Hyde
My carefully selected Abstract art print images are printed on the very best paper by Hahnemühle – Fine-art Matte archival. Hahnemühle Photo Matt Fibre Paper features a warm tone, a smooth surface and the characteristic surface feel of the finest artist papers. Like all of our quality fine art prints, we use our 12-colour Canon Giclee printer which ensures accurate detailed colour reproduction, deep blacks and light-fast inks that protect your limited edition print from fading. We use the very best materials, and our limited edition fine art prints look stunning and have a colour fastness of more than a hundred years. Our frames are all specially made and assembled for the best quality within the studio. All the Hahnemuhle Photo media range guarantees razor-sharp pictures with perfect colour fidelity. In cooperation with the ink-absorbing layer, the exclusive base paper guarantees an extensive colour gamut, the best possible contrasts of light and shade and the finest colour nuances in detail-rich Abstract Art print.
Andrew Conway-Hyde Artist and Photographer
As an abstract painter, my practice has been a confluence of inspiration; from Impressionism to Minimalism and the colour field work of the Abstract Expressionists. In developing my own approach to capturing the nuances of nature, I took from these experimental plays of line, colour, and expression to develop my own interpretations of the world around us. Here, `L’heure bleue” was born. An exploration into impermanence, these works captured the liminal space between two places, times, and even thoughts. Expanses of colour and dynamic lines allow me to expose the inherent tensions within our landscapes; where the sky meets the earth, where the tides meet the shore, and so on. These ephemeral moments were captured in a single image.
While these scenes of natural beauty consumed much of my early work, I began to evolve my practice to capture less tangible notions into a visual vocabulary. Investigations into the human psyche began to be encapsulated within the pattern and colour of my immersive works. The seas and skies gave way to introspective spaces where individuals could escape and find solace from their struggles and traumas in our modern world. These pieces unearthed a calming sanctuary from the turmoil of every day, seeking order within the chaos that is life.
In a style I term abstract reductionism, I translate the complexities of these topics into minimalist physical forms that allow each viewer to digest these subjects through their unique lens. The works are inviting, and complex yet not overwhelming to the senses. Warm and cool tones, the weight and movement of lines, as well as patterns and rhythms, undergo a metamorphosis into a set of visual harmonies. In a deeply psychological experience, I mesmerise viewers as they embark on a journey of self-reflection and catharsis.
In the most recent phase of my work, I challenge the boundaries of my abstract reductionist approach. Manipulations of colour and line transform the seemingly two-dimensionality of each piece so that they vibrate with visceral energies, instilling an unpredictable sense of movement and reflection. In a continuation of my pursuit of visual harmony, these works engage a layered density of colour, retaining the hue’s structure, and line acting as light beans, to achieve a new sense of order. While my work is constructed with hand-mixed pigments painted onto wood panels, the latest evolutions of my practice incorporate a laminating compound. Their glow and sheen add unforeseen experiential depths to these works as they glow in both the daylight and the darkness. Subtleties hidden within each image reveal themselves, forcing audiences to question what lies beneath, what can’t we see, and what we often miss in our initial encounters.