After the Fire No.3


A soft botanical abstract impression in pastel tones of fynbos photographed after being burned in a natural bush fire.


Signed Open Edition

Medium: Archival print on fine art paper

The print is available in four sizes:

  • 60cm x 60cm / 23" x 23" (Including border) 
  • 80cm x 80cm / 31" x 31" (Including border) 
  • 100cm x 100cm / 39" x 39" (Including border) 
  • 110cm x 110cm / 43" x 43" (Including border) 


Photographed after the fire had ravished the Fynbos on Table Mountain National Park. Fynbos is a species of botanical plants found in Southern Africa mostly regionalised to the Western and Northern Cape. There are known to be over eight thousand species with over six thousand of these endemic to the region. The word "Fynbos" translated simply means "fine bush". Fire is necessary for the evolution of the plant and without it, the plant species will be replaced by thicket species.


On a winter's day in 1984 "photography" and I met quite by accident, an encounter that redirected my life and changed it forever. Over the past twenty-eight years, while walking a self-discovery path, my methodology has taken numerous detours. It is a journey that has refined a relaxed subconscious attitude, with a desire to express simplicity and honesty through my work. For me, a photograph holds an undeniable sense of realism, a new correlation that is easy to associate with. I see I understand; I experience, I connect. In my photography, I allow day to day life to inspire ... Read More >>


Available units: 4