Dave Shrimpton – Shop

Originals + Ltd Ed Series


Unique Works on Glass

The Lane 1 – Sadie

Photographed using a 1948 camera and produced on glass, using the 1851 Wet Plate Collodion process.

This photograph & plates were produced by Dave in his darkroom using entirely traditional analog techniques involving the alchemy of Ether and Silver Nitrate.

The two glass plates are unique and individual with infinite display possibilities!

This is a unique piece of which this is the original.

New Series – Works on Glass!

New Series – Gothic Dread

Photographed using a 1948 camera and produced on coloured Perspex using the 1851 Wet Plate Collodion process.

These photographs & plates are produced by Dave in his darkroom using entirely traditional analog techniques involving the alchemy of Ether and Silver Nitrate.

 

Gabi Lane

Wet Plate Collodion

Photographed using a 1948 camera and produced on glass, using the 1851 Wet Plate Collodion process.

This photograph & plates were produced by Dave in his darkroom using entirely traditional analog techniques involving the alchemy of Ether and Silver Nitrate-

The two glass plates are unique, creating movement from the studio through to the lane as the viewers eyes gaze through the story!

New Ltd Ed Series!

New Series on Glass – Sofie’s Lake

Photographed using a 1948 camera and produced on clear 10mm Perspex using the 1851 Wet Plate Collodion process.

These photographs & plates are produced by Dave in his darkroom using entirely traditional analog techniques involving the alchemy of Ether and Silver Nitrate.

Each plate is unique and individual with its own beautiful Wet plate collodion plate edge swirls and movement.

 

House of Usher

Photographed using a 1948 camera and produced on Yellow Perspex using the 1851 Wet Plate Collodion process.

Each 200x200x3mm plate comes in a Black presentation box along with a hand made Oak display block.

Price £400 > View

Lost & Fallen

This piece was constructed (grew or born) in Dave’s Cambridge studio.

Photographed using a 1948 camera and produced on Yellow Perspex using the 1851 Wet Plate Collodion process.

Price £400 > View

Lovers

Photographed using a 1948 camera and produced on blue tinted Perspex using the 1851 Wet Plate Collodion process.

These photographs & plates are produced by Dave in his darkroom using entirely traditional analog techniques involving the alchemy of Ether and Silver Nitrate.

Price £400 > View

Masquerade Ball

This piece was constructed (grew or born) in Dave’s Cambridge studio.

Confusion, fantasy and longing at the ball…

Photographed using a 1948 camera and produced on red Perspex using the 1851 Wet Plate Collodion process.

Price £400 > View

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