Discarded family photographs gleaned from flea markets provide artist Michael Wolk with rich material. In his hands, these anonymous images removed from their original context tell new narratives. Inspired by American modernist painters, Wolk digitally manipulates the originals, redefining his subjects in flat blocks of color. He also appropriates elements from several photographs, recombining them in entirely new compositions to tell different stories. Wolk's original is masterfully reproduced as a giclée print on paper, matted in white and set in a black shadow box frame of popular wood. Artist: Michael Wolk. Giclée print on paper. Poplar wood shadow box frame with black finish. Glass. Hang by D-rings provided; do not hang with wire. Hanging hardware not included. Dust with soft dry cloth. Made in USA.