Jamie McCartney

Jamie McCartney

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Brighton, UK  ·  Sculptor, artist, alchemist, neo-surrealist, experimental photographer, bon viveur, raconteur, rascal and creator of The Great Wall of Vagina.
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University of Hartford's Hartford Art School

University of Hartford's Hartford Art School

"Car-bon Miles" the re-cycled Trabi

Car-bon Miles is a old car, ready for the scrap heap that I converted to pedal power for the UK’s first Art Car Parade in September Since then it has appeared at various parades, eco festival.

plaster cast vaginas

10 Women (horizontal), plaster and aluminium Price:

The Great Wall of Vagina (10 panels) - Jamie McCartney

The Great Wall of Vagina panels, 400 plaster casts of different women's vaginas) - artist Jamie McCartney wanted to show the natural variety.

Check out my entry in the Saatchi Online Showdown competition!

Welcome to Showdown, an online competition that gives artists from all over the world a chance to showcase their work and have it be judged by internationally acclaimed artists and curators.

See | Jamie McCartney  NEW Physical Photography series

See | Jamie McCartney NEW Physical Photography series

The Physical Photography series takes photography in its literal sense of ‘painting with light’, using the body as inspiration.  Each has a narrative, drawing on the model’s own ideas, physique and personal items. This collaborative and intimate portraiture redefines the relationship and the distance between the photographer, the equipment and the model.  The body is slightly abstracted by the process, which focuses the attention. The collaging gives the images an underlying structure.

The Physical Photography series takes photography in its literal sense of ‘painting with light’, using the body as inspiration. Each has a narrative, drawing on the model’s own ideas, physique and personal items. This collaborative and intimate portraiture redefines the relationship and the distance between the photographer, the equipment and the model. The body is slightly abstracted by the process, which focuses the attention. The collaging gives the images an underlying structure.