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The Story Behind "Light Of Day" At the end of the day, as I was heading out the gate after photographing a garden in Stuart Florida, I spotted this lovely African Iris catching the last glimmer of sunshine. The wind was up, the tripod was not, but I had to give it a go. One hand-held shot was all I could manage before the wind set every frond and bloom in motion and the light was gone from the flower. How glad I was that I stopped to take one last photograph … it is one of my personal favorites. Limited Edition of 15. The photograph is printed with archival pigment inks on 100% cotton museum-quality canvas that is free of chemical additives. The canvas is gallery wrapped on kiln-dried wood stretcher bars, is wired and ready to hang, and is signed by the artist. A Certificate of Authenticity is included.
Photography Print:Color on Canvas
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:15
Size:24 W x 36 H x 1.8 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
After a career as a film and television producer in New York Roberta London moved to Florida where, inspired by the natural beauty of her new environment, she made the transition to still photography. The landscape, with its flowers colors shapes and stunning light, had captivated her. Roberta views herself as a “through-the-lens explorer and composer” working most often in the field in natural light to capture the smallest details of flowers and the remarkable breadth and complexity of the landscape. “Most of us,” she observes, “come in contact with the natural world on a daily basis, whether in a park, along a roadside or at the edge of a pond. We can be in the midst of a veritable botanical garden and still miss seeing the exceptional details in a single bloom or the designs in the bark of a tree.” Roberta London recognizes that landscape and floral images are not only among those most favored by art collectors and interior designers, they also play a powerful role in the healing process for patients in hospitals. “Having works of art to look at and contemplate– especially scenes that capture the beauty of the natural world – provides a connection to the world outside one’s window or hospital room.” Through The Foundation For Photo Art in Hospitals, Roberta’s work has been placed in St. Luke’s Hospital in St. Louis Missouri, CURE International Hospital in Kabul Afghanistan, Regional Hospital in Thies Senegal, Evagorian Palliative Care Center in Limassol Cypress, and Hospital Papa Giovanni in Bergamo Italy. Roberta’s floral photographs celebrate the brilliance of Nature’s artistry and open windows through which to see its astonishing beauty and be soothed by that connection to our natural world. “My desire to capture and preserve those often ephemeral details and designs in Nature,” she says, “provides the spark plug and compass for my work.”
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