In "What is it?", Ditz, a popular painter and photographer, presents a varied selection of her photography from around the world. You are first shown a carefully cropped-out section of each picture which will leave you guessing what it could possibly be. Once you've thought about it, you turn the page to see the whole image and find out if you were right.The photographs have been taken by Ditz both at home in England, and on her travels in USA and Europe. Ditz is known for her highly-detailed, often quirky paintings, usually of animals. Born in Vienna, Austria, she has lived most of her life in London, England. Ditz has had many exhibitions and her work is held in collections throughout the world. Her paintings have been reproduced in a wide range of formats and her photographs have been published in books in the UK, USA and Europe. This chunky 416-page full-colour paperback is designed and produced as a reasonably-priced, high-quality gift for all the family. The hardback version published in 2005 was an instant sell-out.
"They may look like alien artefacts but these intriguing pictures are of things you could see at any time - except the snaps, from a fascinating new book, focus on those little details you might miss..." Daily Mail 25/10/05" A new book of carfully cropped-out photos aims to tease, baffle and bamboozle readers." The Times
Much-exhibited painter and, as photographer, contributor to books by Collins & Brown, AAPPL and others. Illustrator of A Collection of Cats Tales.