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Gina Parr Fine Art

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Push by Gina Parr

Push by Gina Parr

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Munch Sky by Gina Parr

Munch Sky by Gina Parr

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Mahabalapuram by Gina Parr

Mahabalapuram by Gina Parr

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Coast by Gina Parr

Coast by Gina Parr

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Red Sea by Gina Parr

Red Sea by Gina Parr

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Flow by Gina Parr

Flow by Gina Parr

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Allepey by Gina Parr

Allepey by Gina Parr

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Allepey 4 by Gina Parr

Allepey 4 by Gina Parr

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Kochi by Gina Parr

Kochi by Gina Parr

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Beach by Gina Parr

Beach by Gina Parr

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Yellow by Gina Parr

Yellow by Gina Parr

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Mysore India 2013 by Gina Parr

Mysore India 2013 by Gina Parr

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Mysore by Gina Parr

Mysore by Gina Parr

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Sardines by Gina Parr

Sardines by Gina Parr

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Puthenthope by Gina Parr

Puthenthope by Gina Parr

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Gina Parr was born in Exeter, Devon and originally trained as a Fine Artist. Having graduated with a First Class Honours Degree she went on to Chelsea College of Art to study Set Design for television leading to a 27 year career. In 2007 she started to work full time as an artist, and after living in London for 30 years, found her inspiration in her adult urban life, memories of her rural and coastal Devon childhood and the years of practice as a Designer in the media.


In 2010/11 whilst travelling in France, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, Parr started photographing marks on walls and surfaces as her way of “painting” with her camera whilst on the move. In March 2013 she returned from 2 months photographing a new series of work, Horizon, which was taken, paradoxically, in the overpopulated and chaotic streets in Southern India. Photographed because of their inherent illusion of horizon and form, these chance marks and textures, some of which have been laid down by others with previous intent, become chimerical worlds and fictional places. At Tate Britain ‘Ruin Lust’ is a transhistorical exhibition that covers our interest in ruin from its roots in the 18th Century up to contemporary artists who, like Gina, situate beauty in the remains of modernity.

Both Gina’s painting and photography uncover our complex potential connections and disconnections with form and landscape; the fine line between pure abstraction and figurative recognition.

ABOUT TINT-ART

TINT-ART is a contemporary fine art photography gallery selling affordable limited edition fine art prints from International artists in bespoke collections.

All work is available as print only and the majority is available ready to hang. The final presentation of the work is considered by each individual artist in order to best present their type of work.

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