I walk around looking at my surroundings with wonder and awe. I love observing people and the world around us, how we interact with it and how it interacts with us.
For November exhibition, I decided, yet again, to dip into my archives. The continues pressure to produce something new stops me from looking back at what I have already created, and what I have already seen. This image “Washing Line” was taken in 2010 in New
Zealand. The washing line sits beautifully agains the blue and grey sky, the hills on the horizon and vast vineyards. A woman in a red wrap around skirt (or maybe a towel) and dark top, walks purposely towards the drying clothes.
Eva lives and works in Crouch End, and is an active member of London Independent Photography and Crouch End Open Studios. She studied photography at Central St Martin’s School of Art and Design; Sir John Cass Faculty of Art (London Met) and University of Westminster.