A new tapestry by Garry Fabian Miller extends the artist’s ongoing research into colour.
Garry Fabian Miller’s new tapestry, Voyage into the deepest, darkest blue, is the centrepiece of an exhibition of his recent body of work and some key early pieces from his career.
Applying craft ethos to digital printing, Fabian Miller's current work extends his ongoing research into colour in photographic image, and into how an image comes into being both in print and in tapestry.
This exhibition looks closely at these processes, from the perception and selection of colour in tapestry to recent changes in digital photographic printing that have had a major impact on the artist’s work.
The exhibition also features a rarely seen image from the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum by photographer Gustave Le Gray (1820-84), one of the first examples of a photograph made by exposing an image from two negatives.