Reece Metzger has always had an interest in photography and its role in fine art.
A visit to Western Australia in 2016 was particularly inspirational allowing him to produce a collection of photographs of man-made and natural geography. These landscapes are reflected in Australian aboriginal art: themes, designs, colors, and patterns. By manipulating selected images, Reece’s photos become abstract elements he inkjet transfers to fabric. He stitches collages adding a three-dimensional aspect. The result is the joining of landscapes influenced by aboriginal art expressed with Western perspectives.