Barn Silhouette #4, With BirdBarn Silhouette #4, With Bird
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Product description:C-print, unmanipulated transparency film image, 20”x30” image size, 24”x34” paper size, edition of three c-prints, edition of three pigment prints. Signed, numbered and captioned in ink on the verso. Selected by Jenny Gheith, assistant curator for painting and sculpture, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), San Francisco, CA, as juror. Selected by Paul Roth, Senior Curator and Director, Photography and Media Arts, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, as juror. Selected by Jennifer Blessing, Senior Curator of Photography, Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, as juror. Selected by Gregory Volk, art writer, contributing editor for Art in America, independent curator, and lecturer, New York, NY, as juror. Selected by Dr. William U. Eiland, Director of the Georgia Museum of Art, Highlands, NC, as juror. Selected by various jurors, International Photography Awards (Lucie Foundation), recent images added to the Agriculture Series - honorable mention. Selected for the 10th Pollux Awards 2017, Fine Art Finalist.
 
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Barn Silhouette #4, With Bird

Photography by James Cooper

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  • Product ID#: 216010
  • Materials: Paper
  • Subject: Landscape
  • Style: Abstract, Contemporary, Modern
  • Colors: Black, Mixed

Artwork Description: C-print, unmanipulated transparency film image, 20”x30” image size, 24”x34” paper size, edition of three c-prints, edition of three pigment prints. Signed, numbered and captioned in ink on the verso.

Selected by Jenny Gheith, assistant curator for painting and sculpture, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), San Francisco, CA, as ...
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American, born 1952, Torrance, CA. Lives and works, Petaluma, CA. Mostly self-taught. Working only with traditional transparency film or print film in 35mm and 645 formats. The finished photograph is the unmanipulated film image. Regularly exhibits work throughout the US and abroad. Reviewers and jurors have noted the work as suggestive of Hiroshi Sugimoto and color field painting. read more