Did you notice the art in Love it or list it throughout the St Ives property on Foxtel’s lifestyle channel? We had five beautiful art pieces from One Fine Print featured!
Love It or List It comes to Australia on Foxtel’s Lifestyle channel in a brand new series featuring hosts Andrew Winter and Neale Whittaker.
The series follows home owners across the country who are struggling wether to renovate and love the home they are in; or to sell up and find a new dream home somewhere else. Andrew shows the homeowners there are bigger and better options of houses on the market whilst Neale gives homeowners homes a makeover to show them it’s better to live where they are.
Hilary Wardhaugh is a photographer from the ACT and has won a tonne of awards which has given her the prestigious title of Master photographer. This print was taken as part of a series when she visited Iceland a trip she’d wanted to do for a long time. At age 50 it seemed like a good idea.
From the photographer:
“I needed to experience something that was different from anything I have ever done. I wanted to visit Iceland, a country so far removed in distance, temperature, light and landscape.
I experienced sunrise at 11am and sunset at 3pm, howling winds, freezing wet cold and incredibly icy that it was impossible to stand without proper spikes on my shoes.”
From the Photographer:
“We landed in the Andes, in Chile, in midst of the biggest snowstorm of the season—a thrilling prospect as I was there on a snow holiday!
But what comes with a snowstorm is not only lots of snow, but also road closures, poor visibility and a lot of cloud cover.
This meant that, even though we were staying right there in the mountains, we had no idea of where we were and what was really around us. We couldn’t see anything but white—white clouds and white snow. This, coupled with the road closures, meant there were also not many opportunities for exploration.
But eventually the storm cleared, the cloud lifted and, gloriously, this view appeared in front of us. As the last light faded, I captured this moment, wine in hand, standing knee deep in snow on the edge of the mountains
Christopher Tung, born and raised in Melbourne, is a landscape and travel photographer. Chris’ love of travel and adventure has taken him to many inspiring places for his photography, from the great modern cities to some of the most amazing national parks and hiking trails. However, it is in the outdoors, where he draws his deepest influences. Carrying a camera with him on every adventure, he is able to capture the magnificent wonder and rugged beauty of nature.
From the photographer:
Driving the Ring Road around Iceland is quite an adventure and a landscape paradise. Each turn and pit stop brings a new incredible sight. We stopped off at the Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon to view the magnificence of the floating icebergs. I found these lonely icebergs floating in the tranquil water. The muted teal of the lagoon water blending into the grey sky backdrop gives a calm watercolour effect. This photo of a natural landscape looks like it could be a modern abstract painting. This scene is beautiful and serene but also conveys the sad state of nature. To me, this photo also captures the visible effects of global warming as the fragments of the icebergs melt away.