BLACK METAL MATRIX SERIES
Photographic images of dark metal surfaces were used to create this “Black Metal Matrix” artwork series. I’ve crafted abstracted renditions utilizing multi-image composite digital layering merged with bold graphic design elements later blended with grungy urban textured chaos—a visual interpretation meant to instill order and balance with subliminal impressions of pivot-point rotation.
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Images are available as archival Giclée prints in hand-signed, limited editions personally printed under strict control by the artist on an Epson P9000 digital printer using the highest quality Epson archival inks and acid-free fine art photographic canvas with an approximate life span of 200 years when displayed under normal circumstances out of direct sunlight. Each canvas print will be rolled and shipped in a sturdy tube and is delivered with a signed Certificate of Authenticity verifying that no other prints will ever be issued once the edition number at the respective size is exhausted. (Note: Sizes listed in inches reflect nominal dimensions. The buyer will need to have the canvas prints stretched or framed at a professional frame shop upon receipt. Dimensions listed reflect the actual image size in centimeters and will come with an additional black border allowing full wraparound on standard 2cm stretcher bars. This border could be trimmed off as per your framing method of choice. Also, due to calibration differences between various display monitors and printers the color hues of the prints might vary slightly from those you see on screen. All prints are sprayed with a matte surface UV coating.) Artworks will be shipped via DHL or FEDEX with no additional shipping costs. Request current delivery times here.
Read my wild, decades-long vagabonding tale, “Magical Steam Train,” about ceaselessly wandering the globe scouring distant back alleyways in search of visual elements and grungy textured backgrounds to use in the fine art compositions of this series.
See this press article “A Steam Punk Steam Train Dream” featruing my fine art imagery in The Art Blog.
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