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Figure Under Glass 3

Figure Under Glass 3

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Nikon D3x, Epson Stylus Pro 4900, Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper, Seal Commercial 210M Dry Mounting Press, Limited Edition, Pencil Signed, Acid Free Board
  • Favorited by: 13 people
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Description

This is the third of my series of the same model posing on the far side of a translucent wall of orange glass. The glass layer provides an easy way to make the model more free, since she really cannot be recognized. The glass also adds an aura of mystery to the scene. The lighting phenomenon was only the result of direct sunlight penetrating the space in the morning for a short period of time. In this case the model placed one of her hands directly on the glass which gave distinct clarity to only that part of her form when the balance of her remains ethereal.
This is a 5" x 7" print on an 8" x 10" mounting board. Printed on my Epson 4900 and then dry mounted onto acid free mat board and then matted. The mat is a float mat where the mat is free of the print allowing you to see the entire print. This mounting technique was always used by Ansel Adams and is still used by his studio in Yosemite today.

OTHER SIZES:
10.75" x 14.50" print on 16" x 20" board $255.00
14.25" x 18.50" print on 20" x 24" board $325.00
15.50" x 24.50" print on 24" x 30" board $455.00
This is the third of my series of the same model posing on the far side of a translucent wall of orange glass. The glass layer provides an easy way to make the model more free, since she really cannot be recognized. The glass also adds an aura of mystery to the scene. The lighting phenomenon was only the result of direct sunlight penetrating the space in the morning for a short period of time. In this case the model placed one of her hands directly on the glass which gave distinct clarity to only that part of her form when the balance of her remains ethereal.
This is a 5" x 7" print on an 8" x 10" mounting board. Printed on my Epson 4900 and then dry mounted onto acid free mat board and then matted. The mat is a float mat where the mat is free of the print allowing you to see the entire print. This mounting technique was always used by Ansel Adams and is still used by his studio in Yosemite today.

OTHER SIZES:
10.75" x 14.50" print on 16" x 20" board $255.00
14.25" x 18.50" print on 20" x 24" board $325.00
15.50" x 24.50" print on 24" x 30" board $455.00

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