August Afternoon


A visual representation of “dog days of summer,” the stillness in this piece reminds viewers of the warm evenings of their childhood. The water is like glass, perfectly mirroring the two boats, while the bird can be interpreted as a conduit for the audience, passively drifting on the river. The green marsh seems to expand endlessly toward the horizon line, transporting viewers into the scene.


The photographs in this portfolio of work are individually printed as limited edition archival pigment prints. Each has been selected to display in a grand, large format. Because they are film originals, these photographs can be reproduced to extraordinary sizes without a loss in resolution and maintain an astounding level of richness of color, tonality and clarity. The color photographs are generally printed in editions of 100 though a few older images have a higher edition number. Some editions have run their course according to size.


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