Wave Painting Part One is part of a series of three abstract expressionist images taken out at sea in July 2021. These new works use photography in an experimental way to capture the movement of the sea.

Long exposure has been used in conjunction with movement of the ship, the natural movement of the wave and sunlight, whilst either keeping the camera completely still or moving the camera in an arc to create a curve.

As a piece of abstract wall art, this print on its own or as a collection of three will look absolutely wonderful in a living space.

These stunning images are available for purchase either on their own or as a gallery wall set. 

As a limited edition, a maximum of 150 of each print will be produced, numbered and signed by the photographer, Mike Hall LRPS.

Choose any print in sizes A4 to A2. Our frames are sourced in the UK from sustainable pine. Choose from lacquered frames in black, white, gold, silver and grey. They're great quality and great value. Free UK shipping on all orders.


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This print is available as a fine art print only.

Fine art prints are created on Marrutt 310gm matte fine art paper. This paper is made in German paper mills to exacting standards. 

It is a lightly textured paper suitable for gicleè printing, is acid free and of archival quality.



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mike-hall-lrps.jpgMike Hall LRPS

Mike Hall holds the Licentiate Distinction from the Royal Photographic Society, an award based on the quality of his work.

His prints hang on walls all over the world, from the United States to Australia. Mike's collection of images comes from all over the world, with representations of cityscapes from London, Hong Kong and Manila, to high up in the French Alps, and even dawn in the Bahamas. 

Mike uses professional camera bodies and lenses from Olympus.