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Photography Print:Gelatin on Other
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:1
Size:30 W x 30 H x 1 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Crate
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Handling:Ships in a wooden crate for additional protection of heavy or oversized artworks. Crated works are subject to an $80 care and handling fee. Artists are responsible for packaging and adhering to Saatchi Art’s packaging guidelines.
Ships From:Artist's studio in United States.
I have always been drawn to natural landscape. My black and white images show a resonance with mountains and seas that reflect my own deep awareness of the light that plays upon our earth. I travel to a variety of countries to seek out the serenity and joy that this light brings me. I am currently motivated to capture landscape that is vanishing in so many places around our planet. My work in Greenland of the sadly retreating ice depicts a nuance in climate that is devastating for those who live there, and in many communities throughout the Arctic Region. The warming Earth is causing meltwater to stream into oceans, changing the temperature and salinity. Sea ice and permafrost is thawing, seawater is expanding and causing floods, islands are disappearing and many people are in great danger. The Inuits of Siberia, Alaska. Arctic Canada and Greenland who depend upon the ice for transportation and live on a diet of marine mammals will disappear. I feel the need to record this drastic change in our Earth's landscape, not only for the beauty of the Northern region, but for the extreme variance in the ice each year. In August 2012, I was privileged to photograph the beauty of the Polar Light, the Arctic Ocean and the waning of the Ilulissat icebergs. I have selected a group of images made from 2 1/4 gelatin silver negatives. They have been toned in the printing process. The exhibition size is 30"X30". Portfolio prints are available in 9"x9". My recent work at the Scranton Lace Factory was a new chapter for me in photographing urban archeology. I was fascinated by every room I entered in this enormous structure, closed for the past 20 years. In it's heyday, there were 1400 employees, all struggling to make a living and feed their families. I hope you can get a sense of this historical wonder from these images. Thank you for your interest!
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