This fine art print is a beautiful reproduction of an original Polaroid SX-70 image captured in 1982. The SX-70 camera, invented by Dr. Edwin H. Land in the late 1970s, quickly became popular among artists for its experimental and unique qualities. David Hockney, Lucas Samaras, and Andy Warhol were among the artists who embraced the SX-70 and incorporated it into their work.
The image of grape leaves set against weathered barn wood has been manipulated to create a unique, stylized effect, similar to the technique used by Lucas Samaras in his Polaroid manipulations. This gives the print a dreamlike quality, adding to the rustic charm and beauty of the scene. The attention to detail and careful composition of the image make it perfect for anyone who appreciates the beauty of nature and the power of artistic expression.
This print is being offered for the first time in a limited edition of 20. It is printed on heavy Hahnemuehle Photo Rag paper with UltraChrome PRO12 pigment for the highest quality color reproduction and archival standards. The 14-inch square image has a one-inch white border for increased flexibility of finishing options.
Print is signed and numbered by the artist and includes a certificate of authenticity. Please contact the artist for additional finishing options or other information
Whether on display in an office, kitchen, den, or family room, this piece is bound to capture attention and start conversations.
May 17th, 2023
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