An artist's monograph of the works of Karen Cotton, a British artist and print maker, who's oeuvre is heavily influenced by her extensive travels and notably features equestrianism and the culture and wildlife of India and Cambodia.
Born in Reading in 1971, Edward graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University’s Faculty of Art and Design in 1995 and has spent the past seventeen years travelling the world on commissions for clients such as Christie’s, with his images regularly featuring in publications around the globe. He has worked with most of the major art collections to come on the market during this time, including that of the late Yves Saint Laurent in 2009, the biggest auction ever held in Europe. His award winning photographs have been exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions, and are held in many private collections. In 2001 he was the recipient of a Gold Medal from the Royal Photographic Society.
The Brownes Published May 25, 2011