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Shannon McGrath framed print: Fresh Eyes exhibition


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Quality print of Shannon McGrath photograph featured in Melbourne Design Week 2021 exhibition Fresh Eyes: Reimagining Robin Boyd’s Walsh Street


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Quality print of Shannon McGrath photograph featured in Melbourne Design Week 2021 exhibition Fresh Eyes: Reimagining Robin Boyd’s Walsh Street.

  • All frames are shadowbox style, Victorian Ash timber, with museum grade UV Acrylic (Black, white or natural)
  • Printing, framing by Format Framing and delivery may take up to 30 days
  • Packaging and shipping within Australia included
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Shannon McGrath on Fresh Eyes:

“As a photographer mostly shooting in perfect conditions when I visited the Boyd house on an overcast day it drew me to shoot it down
and emphasise the moodiness of the house. You go on a journey as you move through the house right to the very back bedroom, the not
so important room but one of the most interesting. Found just as it is.”

Kane Jarrod Bio

Shannon McGrath has been photographing architecture and interior design works for 15 years. She is commissioned by pre-eminent
architects and designers around Australia for her ability to get under the skin of a project, and not only capture its pure essence but also
her client’s formal design intent. Passionate and professional, Shannon’s images are known for their beautiful portrayal of light and form,
with a soft realism that celebrates the subject matter.

Shannon’s work appears regularly in publications as a regular contributor, and she travels extensively both nationally and overseas
photographing buildings and interiors. She has been invited to photograph several published book projects and artistic series, and is also
an award-winning photographer.

Always seeking to add new layers, Shannon is studying her Masters in Fine Arts at RMIT to complement her previous training. She is
increasingly exhibiting her personal artistic work throughout galleries in Melbourne, drawing on her love for constructed spaces and
continually exploring the interior/exterior nuances of life on a day-to-day level. In honing her art practice, Shannon continues to glimpse
into spaces beyond and the intricacies of what lies beneath.

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Frame options

Black, White, Natural, Unframed

Image size (longest edge)

Small 300mm, Medium 600mm, Large 900mm