London photographer Barbara Chandler has sold her prints worldwide in shops/galleries in London, New York, Paris, Tokyo and more, and has been photographing her home town for 35 years. She says: “Now high quality digital printing makes it possible to publish my images on fabric as tea towels.”
Not surprisingly, customers are snapping these up as art for their walls – there are six views in the current series, each titled and dated. Simply iron and pop in a frame. Or use to dry the dishes, of course.
Barbara writes: “I knew redevelopment was shortly going to obscure this famous landmark with scaffolding and cranes – and I wanted a final image. So I clambered down through a little iron gate practically to the river edge. My reward: a fringe of almost-rural cow parsley.”