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Magnificent Flower Shot - "Saluting Lotus" - Fine Art Photograph (9.5" x 13.25" Print on 14" x 18" Board)

Magnificent Flower Shot - "Saluting Lotus" - Fine Art Photograph (9.5" x 13.25" Print on 14" x 18" Board)

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Nikon D3x, Epson Stylus Pro 4900, Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper, Crescent RagMat Museum Mounting Board, Crescent RagMat Matboard, Expression RagMount Dry Adhesive, Limited Edition, Pencil Signed, Kansas State University, Licensed Architect, Made in USA, Available Light, Bachelor of Architecture 1973
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I went on several successive Saturdays to Nanzen-ji in Kyoto and watched these flowers mature. I liked this particular one because it seemed to be saluting me in advance of removing his hat.

The print is 14.25" high by 18.5" wide. The print is permanently dry mounted onto an archival board that is 20" high by 24" wide. The mat is sized larger than the print to allow the print to "float" within the mat. I have signed and numbered the print on the archival board. This mounting system is the same system that was used by Ansel Adams.

OTHER SIZES:
10.75" x 14.50" print on 16" x 20" board $195.00
14.25" x 18.50" print on 20" x 24" board $235.00
15.50" x 24.50" print on 24" x 30" board $335.00

This photograph is part of my series of "Flowers" many of which I made while I lived in Osaka from 2012 to 2014. I was working as an architect for Universal Studios Japan on the design and construction of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

This is one of a limited edition of digital prints signed by the artist. This series is limited to 143 prints.

I made this photograph using a Nikon D3x and printed it on my Epson Stylus Pro 4900 printer, the finest photographic printer made. The print is permanently mounted on archival board in the same manner as Ansel Adams mounted his photographs.
I went on several successive Saturdays to Nanzen-ji in Kyoto and watched these flowers mature. I liked this particular one because it seemed to be saluting me in advance of removing his hat.

The print is 14.25" high by 18.5" wide. The print is permanently dry mounted onto an archival board that is 20" high by 24" wide. The mat is sized larger than the print to allow the print to "float" within the mat. I have signed and numbered the print on the archival board. This mounting system is the same system that was used by Ansel Adams.

OTHER SIZES:
10.75" x 14.50" print on 16" x 20" board $195.00
14.25" x 18.50" print on 20" x 24" board $235.00
15.50" x 24.50" print on 24" x 30" board $335.00

This photograph is part of my series of "Flowers" many of which I made while I lived in Osaka from 2012 to 2014. I was working as an architect for Universal Studios Japan on the design and construction of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

This is one of a limited edition of digital prints signed by the artist. This series is limited to 143 prints.

I made this photograph using a Nikon D3x and printed it on my Epson Stylus Pro 4900 printer, the finest photographic printer made. The print is permanently mounted on archival board in the same manner as Ansel Adams mounted his photographs.

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