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This item sold on December 12, 2009.

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I collect these glass marbles for my husband, then I borrow each of them back.

This 8” x 8” photograph is created using a technique called ‘through the viewfinder’ (TtV). I use my digital Nikon to capture an image through the bubbletop glass viewfinder of a 1940’s Ansco Rediflex. This results in a beautifully distressed image, reminiscent of an earlier time. The distortion and dust specs are part of the magic, the black border is the camera viewfinder itself, and included in the image.

Professionally printed on premium acid-free Kodak Metallic paper, it will last 100+ years without fading. This is an unbelievably beautiful paper as the metallic inks deliver rich and vibrant colors, with great luminosity, depth and detail. Each photograph has a white border to facilitate matting and framing.

Signed by the artist, Valorie Cox, and packed in sturdy, moisture-resistant packaging, ready for immediate shipping to your home or studio.

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Glass Marbles, Photograph, Metallic Paper, 8x8

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  • Materials: camera, light, paper, marbles, metallic paper
  • Ships worldwide from Georgia, United States
  • Feedback: 70 reviews
  • Favorited by: 12 people

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