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📷 Fine Art Photography Collections by Leigh Kemp 🎨

Shop for artwork based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Watermark does not appear on printed work.

📷 Fine Art Photography by Leigh Kemp 🎨

Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Watermark does not appear on printed work.
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📷 About Leigh 🎨




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Welcome to my artwork gallery and shop on Pixels.com. I work in a variety of techniques and styles including landscapes, riverscapes, abstract and surreal specialising in landscapes/travel. I have two new online exhibitions and I have published three books of my work.


MY ONLINE "VISUALISATIONS" GALLERIES.

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With this gallery I am trying to experiment with displaying my art in a more natural, domestic setting where I believe that it belongs and attempt to break away from the sterile and somewhat soulless gallery environment.

ARTSPACES (25 works)

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VIRTUALGALLERY (24 works)




As I sit here looking at my modern digital cameras I’m reminded of my first camera and, in particular, the first photograph that I ever took. Nowadays we take cameras and camera technology pretty much for granted but when I was a child I can’t remember many photographs. The only time our camera saw the light of day, and it had to be the light of day, as there wasn’t a flash, was on a few family occasions, the usual thing, school sports days, birthdays, etc.. My interest in photography didn’t start until my grandfather “loanedâ€