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For Birmingham and the West Midlands. For Everything you are. By Carolyn Bayliss
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I photographed this area with fondness and people have influenced many of the images. Walking around the St. Patrick’s Day parade I saw a mix of cultures come together and “Rotunda... More > Bubble” with tricolour balloons and the bubble, made me think about how fragile relations can be. You will find photos and digital creations about how wonderful this region is as well as the tensions that have existed at times. “Jack the Hat” mixes with the green, white and gold, or yellow if you prefer to debate and “Jack” flying over the Wolverhampton Art Gallery has been described as “tired”. Whether that is so is for you to decide. Take from these images what you wish. “Reflecting” sees a woman outside the Selfridges building watching the world go by and “Discs” recognises Birmingham as the economic power that it is. At times it may seem like the sky is falling but I welcome all aboard the skylark and I hope that you enjoy the ride. Dougal the dog did.< Less
Debt Britain 2017 calendar By Carolyn Bayliss
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Debt Britain is a look at modern life where each month the character engineers their own death due to their debt.
Birmingham Our Streets 2017 calendar By Carolyn Bayliss
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Birmingham Our Streets is a collection of images of the city of Birmingham. Discs, to me, represents a global consumerism and Rotunda Bubble with tricolour balloons flying over the Rotunda, the site... More > of an IRA bomb in 1974 made me think of how delicate relations can be when I saw the bubble in the image. Veil is a street scene I have altered looking at how people may at times be “tarred with the same brush” and Beehive conjures up images of a Birmingham long gone. When I showed someone the “Help I’m Traped” image they said that it was a joke. What if it wasn’t? This image made me think about sex slaves and trafficking and I just happened to look up above the closed premises on Constitution Hill when I saw what someone had rubbed onto a window from inside. “Birmingham Our Streets” was created around a time of clashes on the streets of Birmingham and Salma Yaqoob was talking publicly and calling out “our streets”. “You’re everywhere and nowhere baby” is a window in a high rise flat on the Bristol Road.< Less
In a world that is oh so small By Carolyn Bayliss
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A look at Birmingham, the West Midlands and the people who have lived in the region. Multiculturalism and a look ethnic minority people photographed against a backdrop of an iconic or historic... More > Britain. Thank you to the people.< Less
Do I remind you of Madness? By Carolyn Bayliss
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It started with soft sculpture photographed to look at marketing influences and social pressure on people. "We live in a world of genital reconstruction, airbrushing and hard core porn. What... More > type of vagina has society created? You are invited to make a vagina for The Woman who had no Vagina and this can be in any art form, song, installation or poetry" was posted on Gumtree. The Woman met John in Oxford who wanted his Fleshlight photographed with The Woman as he thought it would be 'ironic'. I never knew what this art work was going to become. It has changed through the people who have commented on the images. This is the Woman's journey and who she has met, some of this in the world of street art. My personal life has come into the book written in the words of The Woman as she discusses what she thinks my motivation may have been in creating her and taking her to where she has been. Photography in Birmingham, Walsall, Weston-super-Mare, Teignmouth, Coventry, Oxford and Bearwood.< Less
Do I remind you of Madness? By Carolyn Bayliss
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It started with soft sculpture photographed to look at marketing influences and social pressure on people. "We live in a world of genital reconstruction, airbrushing and hard core porn. What... More > type of vagina has society created? You are invited to make a vagina for The Woman who had no Vagina and this can be in any art form, song, installation or poetry" was posted on Gumtree. The Woman met John in Oxford who wanted his Fleshlight photographed with The Woman as he thought it would be 'ironic'. I never knew what this art work was going to become. It has changed through the people who have commented on the images. This is the Woman's journey and who she has met, some of this in the world of street art. My personal life has come into the book written in the words of The Woman as she discusses what she thinks my motivation may have been in creating her and taking her to where she has been. Photography in Birmingham, Walsall, Weston-super-Mare, Teignmouth, Coventry, Oxford and Bearwood.< Less

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My Wars My Wars By Richard Bushong
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Vein Book Vein Book By Eric Dohner
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