An art collage from August 2012

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  • Russ Martin "Dappled Leaf" Black & White Photograph
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    This is a picture of a leaf of the common landscape plant the hosta. It was made one afternoon in June, and was lit by the rays of the late afternoon sun shining through an oak tree overhead. The dappled sun, together with the other details in the picture, combine to produce a winning image. This picture was one of a five image series which won First Place in the flora category of the 2008 International Photography Awards, and First Place in the entire Nature division of the 2009 Prix de la Photographie Paris (PX3). The print was produced on mat surface fine art paper using archival pigment inks which will not fade for over 300 years. It is printed on 16.5X23.5 inch paper which produces a border of 1 inch on the top and bottom and about 3 inches on the sides. The print is titled and numbered on the bottom left front, and signed and dated on the bottom right front. It is one of an edition of 50.
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  • James Bourret "Winter's Veil No.2" Black & White Photograph
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    In his "Winter's Veil" series, Bourret delves into the properties and aesthetics of the Water's Edge. The changing landscape, the effects of current and water volume, light, and temperature all make the river s edge different from day to day. Seasonal progression brings further changes, with winter bringing the growing and changing veil of ice along the bank, increasing until the surface is solid. Even then, the ice changes in shape and transparency on a daily basis, thinning, clearing, cracking, buckling, melting and freezing again, and eventually moving tectonically downstream. These highly abstract images seek to transcend boundaries of formal and scale recognition. Flowing lines and curved forms in the ice are interrupted by spiky, angular forms and layered textures. The seemingly random crystalline forms and structures evoke associations with landforms (aerial photography) and micro-crystalline structures (photomicrography) and leave room for endless possibilities of interpretation. Limited edition pigment print on archival rag paper. Paper size is 17''H x 22''W. Dimensions refer to image size.
  • Russ Martin "Silky Leaves" Black & White Photograph
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    An image of leaves of the common landscape plant, the hosta, photographed with an infrared enabled digital camera. Using this camera, and special filter, the picture is created with infrared light alone, making foliage very light and imparting a unique appearance. The is picture was part of an entry in the International Photography Awards (Lucies), which won first place in the flora division in 2008. The print is made on 16.5X23.5 inch mat surface fine art paper and printed with archival pigment inks which have an an almost indefinite life. The print is titled and numbered on the lower left, and signed and dated on the lower right, in pencil. It is one of an edition of 50 plus 2 artist's proofs.
  • James Bourret "Winter's Veil No.24" Black & White Photograph
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    Archival black and white photographic print on 100% cotton rag paper using archival pigment inks. This highly abstract images seek to transcend boundaries of formal and scale recognition. Flowing lines and curved forms in the ice are interrupted by spiky, angular forms and layered textures. The seemingly random crystalline forms and structures evoke associations with landforms (aerial photography) and microcrystalline structures (photomicrography) and leave room for endless possibilities of interpretation. Most of all, for Bourrett, they offer the opportunity to find and make strongly graphic yet highly detailed, rich images.
  • James Bourret "Winter's Veil No.6" Black & White Photograph
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    Archival black and white photographic print on 100% cotton rag paper using archival pigment inks. This highly abstract images seek to transcend boundaries of formal and scale recognition. Flowing lines and curved forms in the ice are interrupted by spiky, angular forms and layered textures. The seemingly random crystalline forms and structures evoke associations with landforms (aerial photography) and microcrystalline structures (photomicrography) and leave room for endless possibilities of interpretation. Most of all, for Bourrett, they offer the opportunity to find and make strongly graphic yet highly detailed, rich images.
  • James Bourret "Winter's Veil No.5" Black & White Photograph
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    Archival black and white photographic print on 100 percent cotton rag paper using archival pigment inks. Limited edition of 25. This highly abstract images seek to transcend boundaries of formal and scale recognition. Flowing lines and curved forms in the ice are interrupted by spiky, angular forms and layered textures. The seemingly random crystalline forms and structures evoke associations with landforms (aerial photography) and microcrystalline structures (photomicrography) and leave room for endless possibilities of interpretation. Most of all, for Bourrett, they offer the opportunity to find and make strongly graphic yet highly detailed, rich images.
  • James Bourret "Winter's Veil No.16" Black & White Photograph
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    Archival black and white photographic print on 100% cotton rag paper using archival pigment inks. This highly abstract images seek to transcend boundaries of formal and scale recognition. Flowing lines and curved forms in the ice are interrupted by spiky, angular forms and layered textures. The seemingly random crystalline forms and structures evoke associations with landforms (aerial photography) and microcrystalline structures (photomicrography) and leave room for endless possibilities of interpretation. Most of all, for Bourrett, they offer the opportunity to find and make strongly graphic yet highly detailed, rich images.
  • Jody Dole Photography, Woodpile, Bushnell Farm
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    Tightly cropped to fill the frame with texture and pattern, this image of stacked firewood by award-winning photographer Jody Dole has the quality of abstract art. Sepia tones lend the image a dreamy, timeless quality. The limited-edition studio print is signed by the photographer. 56 3/4" wide x 41 3/4" high. Printed on glossy photo paper. Set behind a beveled white paper mat. Framed in rustic, distressed wood with a gray finish and set behind Plexiglas. Ready to hang with sawtooth mount at the back.
  • James Bourret "Winter's Veil No.25" Black & White Photograph
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    Archival black and white photographic print on 100% cotton rag paper using archival pigment inks. This highly abstract images seek to transcend boundaries of formal and scale recognition. Flowing lines and curved forms in the ice are interrupted by spiky, angular forms and layered textures. The seemingly random crystalline forms and structures evoke associations with landforms (aerial photography) and microcrystalline structures (photomicrography) and leave room for endless possibilities of interpretation. Most of all, for Bourrett, they offer the opportunity to find and make strongly graphic yet highly detailed, rich images.
  • Dar Spain "Summer Poppies" Color Photograph
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    This artwork is a limited edition pigment print created from a digital photograph and scanned imagery. Photographed on a summer morning, the flowers glow with color and the freshness of morning dew. It is printed on Epson archival matte surface paper with archival Ultrachrome inks.The image size is 14 x 14 inches on 18 x 17 paper. Signed and numbered in the white border below the image. Limited edition of 50.
  • Russ Martin "New Flower" Black & White Photograph
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    This is an image of a pristine new flower of the common landscape plant, the hosta. The picture is printed on 22X17 inch mat surface fine art paper using an Epson professional printer and archival pigment inks. The resultant print will remain as it is today for hundreds of years. The picture is titled and editioned on the lower left, and signed and dated on the lower right, in pencil. There is a border of one inch on the top and bottom, and a border of 1.8 inches on the sides. It is one of an edition of 50 and was part of a five image entry which won First Place awards in the International Photography Awards (The Lucies) in 2009, and the Prix de la Photographie Paris (PX3) in 2010. It is sure to add ambiance to a distinctive home or office interior.
  • Mike Cable "Monochromatic Flowers No.1" Black & White Photograph
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    This is an image made using an old 4 x 5 monorail film camera and lens. The negative was hand processed in the artist's darkroom and scanned in with an epson flat bed scanner. The detail is outstanding and the film gives the image an almost 3 dimensional look. The pigment print is printed on an archival rag paper using an high quality 12 ink printer. This is a limited edition of 250 prints, signed and numbered. There is a 0.25" border around each edge. Dimensions refer to image size.
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