Photography: Color on Paper.
This image is being offered as a limited edition, archival, digital pigment photograph and is #1 of 15. Printed by the artist on museum quality, heavy weight exhibition fiber paper, it is signed and numbered by the artist below the image. It is also signed, titled, numbered and dated on the back and includes the artist's stamp. The image, at the size indicated, is printed on paper that is approximately 24x34 inches. The pricing of the photographs increases as the edition sells out.
The series, Across the West, explores both documentary and social concerns. Similar to other recent works, it deals with the concept of connection but also hints at other sociopolitical and cultural shifts while also exploring the status of America's Heartland. A more comprehensive artist statement is available on the artist's website at the link given below.
The series has been divided into to parts, The People and The Places, and can be seen here: http://johnacurso.com/Across-the-West-People.html
Not all images from the series are posted for sale here at this time. If you see one you are interested in on my website but can't find it here, please send me a message and I will post it or let you know if it is not available.
All of the photographs in this series are available in limited editions as follows* :
13.5x20 inches: limited to 15 prints--Prices start at $1200 for this edition**
20x30 inches: limited to 15 prints--Prices start at $1800 for this edition**
--Sizes are approximate and are based on the aspect ratio of the image.
*Up to an additional 10 prints might be made available in larger sizes by special order and only in cases where the artist feels it appropriate for the image.
**The actual price of any piece not listed here is dependent on how many have been sold as prices rise as the editions sell out.
Only one size of any image is generally posted here for sale at any one time, so please notify me through this site's message system, or by email, if you are interested in one of the other sizes.
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