An art collage from February 2013

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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.
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  • Russ Martin "Tall Hosta Flower" Black & White Photograph
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    This is a picture of the early stage of the common landscape plant, the hosta. In this image, the flower is standing tall, straining to catch the late afternoon sun. It is printed on 23.5X16.5 inch mat surface fine art paper with a professional Epson printer and archival pigment inks, which produce a print guaranteed not to fade for hundreds of years. It is one of an edition of 50. The print is titled and numbered on the lower left front, and signed and dated on the lower right front, in pencil. The there is a one inch border on all sides. It was part of a five image First Place winning entry in both the International Photography Awards and the Prix de la Photographie Paris in 2010. This limited edition picture will make a statement about the owner's appreciation of nature as well as fine art nature photography.
  • 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.
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  • Russ Martin "Bright Flower" Black & White Photograph
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    A flower of the common landscape plant, the hosta, that seems to radiate light from within. It was photographed with a high quality professional digital camera, and is printed with archival pigment inks on 16.5X23.5 inch fine art mat surface paper, producing a beautiful print that will remain unchanged for hundreds of years. The image is one of an edition of 50 and is titled and numbered in pencil on the lower left, and signed and dated on the lower right. There is a 1 inch border on all sides.
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  • 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.
  • Lori Pond "dawn Flight" Black & White Photograph
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    This digital photograph was taken on a crisp fall day at Lake Nahmakanta, Maine. The artist prints with archival pigment inks on fine art matte papers. Digital manipulation was used to enhance details of the image. Limited edition of 25. Signed and numbered on back.
  • 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
    artfulhome.com
    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.25" Black & White Photograph
    artfulhome.com
    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.
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