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Steve Keyser

United States

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Signed, certified and numbered print. Ferris wheels are fantastic things, lifting the spirit and bringing back memories from childhood. They are also spectacular machines, engineered with commonality with the great industrial inventions like cranes and bridge structures. I was struck by the beauty of this juxtaposition and the way the forms interacted in the evening light. This photo is printed on Moab Somerset Museum Rag 300 gsm, 100% Cotton, Acid Free archival paper. Unmounted.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:10 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:15.25 W x 15.25 H x 1.2 D in

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Steve Keyser (USA, b. 1963) is a photographer based in the Seattle Washington area. Steve began his training at the University of Oregon, in the discipline of Architecture, where he received his Bachelor of Architecture. His secondary focus was in fine arts with a passion for photography. He has carried an SLR for 40 years, practicing as a professional photographer since 2009. His early training in architecture has informed his approach and visual work, which often contrasts ecology with the built environment. As a photographer and an architect Steve searches to find beauty and meaning in the intersection of nature and man and in the ways in which each exists at the mercy of the other. Through extensive travels throughout the world he has sought to understand the cultural connections that we all have to the world around us. Steve is passionate about engaging with others, through his art, in a dialogue around creating a more sustainable society.

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