Exceptional images on exceptional paper presents photographic artist Werner Kiera. He markets his analog images after digital processing as a strictly limited edition himself and published a non limited editions seen.by. All prints are done on finest Hahnemühle cotton paper with deckle edges.
“I got into fine art printing about five years ago. Not least because of my previous profession as a digital computer artist. I was always disappointed with weak and pale prints when a good-looking artistic computer painting appeared on a silly photo paper. When I saw my first photo print on the perfectly matching Photo Rag by Hahnemühle, I had the feeling of holding a real work of art in my hands. ”
Werner Kiera works under the pseudonym “Data Processor”. And this name refelcts what he is doing: For his award-winning series “Stolen Faces” he edited analoge photographs on an iPhone. He alienated through apps time and space of his concepts and creates otherworldly images in coarse grain, which give much room for interpretation or association. Werner Kiera has been awarded with his portfolio “Stolen Faces” the first prize in a whole new artistic genre that is called “Mobile Art Europe”.
The German photo artist markets its images in a limited, hand signed edition of three pieces per design and offers his prints on the platform seen.by in greater number. Common to all the prints is the high quality and crafted workmanship. All prints are created on Hahnemühle Photo Rag with deckle edges. The best paper in the inkjet market shows its oustanding quality in the intense black-and- white printing with precise detail drawings and stunning contrasts. The deckle egde emphasizes the character of the unique for each print.
The artwork “Stolen Faces 14” featured here is limited to three piece. It can be ordered in A2 format with a high quality frame with mat and museum glass via email@example.com.