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THE RANDOM IMAGE

Photographic artist Nadia Culph, skillfully manipulates and controls light.

Her still life images are inspired by nature's curiosities and wonders.

Keeping her composition simple, Nadia creates stunning photographs

that aim to bring the intricate details of nature to the fore.

They are a reminder to 'stop and smell the roses',

to slow down and appreciate the little things.

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Welcome to therandomimage.com, fine art photography prints for contemporary and stylish home interiors.

Since successfully selling her art prints on various online galleries and platforms from 2016,

Nadia has branched out and established her own online store.

 

Living in Melbourne's leafy suburbs,

Nadia takes inspiration from her local surroundings and Australia's native flora.

Intrigued by unusual patterns, striking colour and bold contrasts,

she's uses natural light to capture the unique design of her botanical subjects.

Everything from Australian flowers and spring seed pods to tropical leaves and exotic feathers.

 

With over 20 years experience in fine art photography,

including 10 years in the technical field of photographic printing,

Nadia's images have made their way to homes and businesses around the globe.

A  5 star seller at Etsy since 2016, a featured artist at Bluethumb

and finalist in the Art Lovers Australia Art Prize two years running.

Artwork 'Blue Iris' featured on House Rules High Stakes 2020

To view more work and customer reviews, please visit -

*Framing is now available (for Australian residents only).

 

Are you an interior designer or art consultant?

Trade discounts are available upon request. Get in touch today.

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"My husband and I really love your work, we thought you may enjoy seeing your work framed and put in place above our fire place. We love it, thank you so much."

Megan & Marty

“If a day goes by without my doing something related to photography, it’s as though I’ve neglected something essential to my existence, as though I had forgotten to wake up.” – Robert Mapplethorpe

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