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The “Signature Collection” is a variety of luxury wall-art limited edition works by Scott Warne.

The images are either finished as art-work printed on Fine Art canvas, Fine Art Giclee prints or a superior acryllic and limited to a maximum run of only 25 editions.


“P I E R H E A D”

Part of the “Bay & Beyond” Collection.

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A stunning luxury Image of the Pierhead building in Cardiff Bay with the War Memorial if the foreground.

The Pierhead Building is a Grade 1 listed building building of the National Assembly Of Wales in Cardiff Bay, South Wales. 

It stands as one of the city of Cardiff's most familiar landmarks and was built in 1897 as the headquarters for the Bute Dock Company.

This image was shot in the early hours and has the War memorial in the foreground - an award winning sculpture, fusing together a sleeping head and a ship's hull and is known as the Cardiff Merchant Seaman's Memorial.

The memorial was shot with 2 off-camera lights to illuminate the face - A set up that took a long time to come together with a dramatic dark sky and no people to interrupt the scene.

Received a "Highly Commended Award" from the Societies and also featured in an exhibition in Cardiffs’ Blackwater Gallery.


“M I L L E N N I U M”

Part of the "Bay & Beyond" Collection.

LIMITED TO A RUN OF JUST 25 EDITIONS

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Wales Millennium Centre (Welsh: Canolfan Mileniwm Cymru) is an arts centre located in the Cardiff Bay area of Cardiff, Wales. The site covers a total area of 4.7 acres.

Phase 1 of the building was opened during the weekend of the 26–28 November 2004 and phase 2 opened on 22 January 2009 with an inaugural concert.

The centre has hosted performances of opera, ballet, dance, comedy and musicals.


“S U P E R T I D E”

Part of the “Penarth Pier” Collection

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A black and white long exposure image of Penarth Pier shot in 2015 during a so-called supertide or megatide.

This is caused by a rare alignment between the moon and sun that will trigger a high gravitational pull which will cause the sea to rise to an unusually high level - this occurs every 19 years.

The exposure time on this image was almost 5 minutes and the intention was to create a tranquil scene with negative space from one of the Vale Of Glamorgans’ most iconic landmarks. Built in 1894 and opened a year later the Pier is one of only 2 surviving Piers in South Wales with the other being the Mumbles.


“D U S K A T P E N A R T H P I E R”

Part of the “Penarth Pier” collection

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This image was shot on a cold Christmas Eve as the tide was retreating.

Using a long exposure to capture detail in the sky and some off-camera lighting was used to light the foreground.

The image has a cold feel but the inviting window lights of the Pier make for an inviting scene.