Albert Bridge, Wood By Michael Wallner 
reclaimed wood, steel
Edition number 25
Image size: H:50 cm x W:135 cm
Complete Size of Unframed Work: H:50 cm x W:135 cm x D:3cm
Please note that insitu images are purely an indication of how a piece may look
Albert Bridge- my favourite bridge in the world. Built in 1873 and orginally designed as a toll bridge. Its beautifully intricate design, pink span, and its 4,000 lights at night make the bridge look like something out of a fairytale.
The piece is created from an original photograph and printed on reclaimed wooden planks, with rusted steel edging to give it an urban feel.
Albert Bridge (reclaimed wood) is made to order. It can usually be created and delivered in around 10-14 days. Please note: each edition is slightly different, depending on the patterns in the wood.
Michael Wallner has original artworks for sale with Wychwood Art both in their art gallery and online.
Michael has spent more than twenty years in the media industry working on entertainment programmes, talk shows, documentaries, animations and a children’s novel. But creating original and innovative art is his true passion. His latest work celebrates the beauty of the city through the shapes, outlines and colours that define its character. London, New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, Miami, Paris and Dubai all feature in Michael’s portfolio. The art is created by digitally manipulating and colouring his own photographs to produce unusual prints on aluminium, reclaimed wood, brass, even 1930’s copper-lite windows. He also creates neon, magnetic, and L.E.D installations. The metal pieces are printed on very thin sheets of brushed aluminium, giving the work an etched appearance. Michael works out of his studio at Wimbledon Art Studios in South London.
Recent exhibitions include The Affordable Art Fair (Battersea, Hampstead, Singapore, New York, Milan), The Other Art Fair, and The Open Studios Show at Wimbledon Art Studios, amongst others.
To discuss any art works or to commission art by Michael Wallner, please contact Deborah Allan on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07799 535765 / 01869 338155.