Alternate Reality 297_One Brilliant Forest
This Series is a solarization of the original Mirrors. What fascinates me about it, is that you can tell what end of the spring-to-fall seasons it is, by how brilliant the color is in the solarization. In the spring when everything is newly birthed, the colors are brilliant. Older foliage (and things like lichens) color is much more muted. I have an entire rant about new energy made visible that I will spare you :).
This one is particularly magnificent.
In the artist's opinion.
Alternate Reality 297
from Mirror 297
Sandy River Gorge | Corbett, Oregon
Artist strata recommendation is anything sparkly :). Metal print or metallic photo paper (which, with the styrene mount, looks VERY much like the metal print), or the lustre canvas sheet or gallery wrap. Acrylic will also be gorgeous.
This is an open edition. If you wish a signature, contact me directly. You can either pick up at the studio, or I will have Bay Photo ship to me, sign it and ship to you. I will invoice the shipping from me to you at cost.
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