Apart tell a visual tale of a tiny bubble making a choice. Is the bubble moving towards the right and the cluster of bubbles found there? Or is the bubble moving to the left towards a bubble that is barely in shot.
Escaping the Crowd is about being squeezed on so many sides that the bubbles begin to break through. The smaller bubbles behind have created a chain reaction that has managed to force some quite large bubbles through the even larger bubbles that flank the image on both the right and the left.
Family a little tribe of bubbles that look as if they are going on a journey, yet they seem as if they are all following along together like a family unit. The bubbles are very still yet they almost seem to be moving as they head towards the lighter part of the image.
Rainbow Colours for the NHS is a print of a real photograph of oil bubbles on water that has been digitally manipulated. Profits from the sale of this print will go directly to the NHS fund. Please note the frame is not included.
Sadness This is a very lonely image that represents a lonely passage away from pain. The tiny oil bubble is moving to escape from the red blood like substance that is hot on its heels. A minute smattering of this substance can even been seen on the tiny subject.
Surge is an evocative piece that represents a movement of colour at a cellular level. It’s subtle tones are being pushed aside by more colourful organic shapes that are moving from the bottom of the piece and manifesting in the centre.
Titanium is aptly titled because of the way the pastel colours blend together, giving the look of coloured titanium. These bubbles where shot before they had the time to become completely cylindrical, leading to some very organic shapes.