Road to the Red Sea


Road to the Red Sea


  • Pigment print on Canson Platine Fibre Rag paper

  • Limited edition of 10 per size

  • Customised framing available on enquiry

  • Sample prints and materials at SUNSTUDIOS

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Sarah Pannell


Road to the Red Sea


From the series ‘I Feel like I Know you’; exploring the post-revolution tourism landscape of Egypt.


Print only version includes a handling border. Full size guide below.


Image size: 640mm x 800mm
Print only option includes a + 50mm border: 740mm x 900mm
Finished frame size: 666mm x 826mm

Image Size: 800mm x 1000mm
Print only option includes + 60mm border: 920mm x 1120mm
Finished Frame Size (full bleed frame): 836mm x 1026mm

Small moulding profile is 18mm wide (frame face) x 36mm (frame height/depth).

Standard/Large moulding profile is 27mm wide (frame face) x 37mm (frame height/depth).


Sarah Pannell (b. 1988, Melbourne, Australia) is an Australian photographer whose work is concerned with culture, landscape, tradition and community. Sarah received a BA International Studies from Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia (2009) and a BA Photography, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia (2012).

Curiosity spurs Pannell to travel as often as she can to where she can observe and explore shifting cultures and changing spaces. This fascination with humans’ ever-evolving dance with their surrounding environments has led to an array of projects focusing on everyday life, preservation of traditions and communities around the world. Sarah’s soft, human gaze aims to diffuse and enrich perspectives of cultures and societies that are often overwhelmingly shrouded in negativity by outside eyes.

Sarah has produced a number of publications including Tabriz to Shiraz (2019) published by Perimeter Editions and Hillvale, self-published titles including Sehir (2014) and The Territories (2015). She lives and works in Melbourne, Australia, on the unceded traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people.



Archival pigment print on Canson Platine Fibre Rag paper. A signed certificate of authenticity is included with your purchase.


Framing style displayed adheres to artist’s intention. Customisation is available by enquiry.

Images are dry mounted to Gatorboard - a light-weight foamboard core with a bow-resistant melamine surface designed for strength and stability.

These are spaced back from the image and box framed in materials responsibly sourced to PEFC and FSC certified standards.


Our framing uses 70 UV protective gallery grade acrylic for maximum clarity and resilience.

Premium options at 99 per cent UV protection and anti-reflective glass are available by enquiry.

Produced to an exceptional standard


All SUN Editions prints are crafted in collaboration with our artists to ensure their vision is represented as it should be.