Experiments with paints and shattered glass. Creamy metallic swirls distort the pitch of perspective. What does it mean to be complete? If perfection is completion when is it attained? Broad reflection still invokes drops of doubt.
Camera: Canon 5Ds
Lens: 100mm Macro
Photo Capture Detail: F5 | 1/120sec | 100mm | ISO200
Media: Paint and glass
Object size: Section of shattered plate glass
Colors: Green, Olive, Yellow, Teal
Print Media: Moab Entrada Rag 300gsm paper / Archival Aluminum Metal Print Floater Frame
Papers chosen are hand selected generational museum quality photographic print paper.
Moab, Hannemuhle and Ilford are the curated artisan manufacturers that are hand selected by the artist for all FineArtLens productions.
Canon Prograf 4100 printer is used for production with lignen and acid free inks selected to ensure color stability and vivid quality for decades into the future.
Metallic prints are dye sublimation fused to aluminum at 375 degrees with edge to edge coverage and floater mount
2″ whitespace border on paper prints only