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Within Death Valley there is an area called the Racetrack. It is a Playa (flat lake bed) about 5 miles long and 3 miles wide. The extremely flat, clay surface is very slippery when covered in water and very hard when dry. At the south end, rocks of various sizes fall from a steep rock face onto the surface. Magically many of these rocks will move under precise weather conditions; water, ice and extremely high winds. As the rocks move, they leave meandering trails behind them. This is a very slow process and this image is my take on the nature of time; as Einstein so eloquently theorized, time is relative. To ensure the highest level of quality, aluminum prints are the sole print option. These are conscientiously crafted and framed by carefully selected labs. Aluminum prints are a proven medium for the presentation of digital images. Dyes are infused directly into specially coated aluminum sheets. Because the image is infused into the surface, images will take on an almost magical luminescence. The ultra-hard, scratch-resistant surface is waterproof and can be easily cleaned. Colors are exceptionally vibrant with detail, resolution and longevity that surpasses any other print method. Additional print sizes and prices. Shipping and Handling are extra. 20" x 30" $800. 24" x 36" $1,100.* 30" x 45" $1,500.* 36" x 54" $1,900.* 40" x 60" $2,400.*
Photography Print:Digital on Aluminium
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:20
Size:20 W x 30 H x 1.3 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Crate
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
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.
My objective is to discover a composition that captivates me visually or moves me, emotionally or intellectually. I then capture the scene digitally and create a compelling image that I hope will elicit the same response or reaction in others. Since art college, my entire life has been involved in the visual arts and the pursuit of design excellence. Design is my touchstone and the primary criteria in every decision I make. Since my first visit to an art museum as a child, I have loved modern and contemporary art in all its forms. This passion and appreciation of the visual arts is why I chose design as a lifelong vocation. I have studied modern and contemporary masters and sought out their work in museums and galleries in Canada, the United States, and Europe. It is an enduring passion that engages me everyday through multiple on-line sources. With a recent sense of increased creativity (perhaps delusional) I have felt driven to produce my own abstract work. Advances in cameras, lenses, and software, accompanied by exceptional new printing methods, have allowed me to create large scale, vibrant, compelling abstract art that goes beyond the confines of photography. My objective is to capture abstract compositions in the world around us. With every image recorded, I envision the final result. Imaging software is like an artist’s toolbox and I use several sophisticated applications to manipulate the original digital image to create the anticipated outcome. Watching my vision gradually appear on my monitor is magical. Currently living in St. George UT
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