Escher Attacks Bay Bridgeartsyhome.com: Product
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Product description:Some time ago I became interested in creating shapes from Escher's patterns, since mathematically speaking, they are derived from shapes. I built several models, and then started thinking that they looked like my idea of alien spaceships. I started creating s series of images where these spaceships appear in familiar surroundings, and this is the first of those. This will be printed on the material of your choice, and only 10 copies will be created, of which 8 remain: True-pallette Archival Canvas- a line of fine weave, bright white canvas available in high gloss or matte water-resistant in up to 60" width. Even many of our customers who have historically preferred rough weave have switched to this excellent new offering by a regional coating specialist. OR Premium Archival Matt Paper an acid-free, 230 g, 9.5-mil, heavy weight, neutral white, smooth matte paper engineered for accurate color reproduction with high contrast and high resolution output. OR Entrada Rag Bright Bright White 100% cotton, exhibiting an exceptional, smooth, bright surface. life. This double-sided, 300 gsm, acid and linen-free paper offers an expanded color gamut, maximum contrast and high ink load.
 
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Escher Attacks Bay Bridge

$625.00 USD
  • Shipping: $20.00
  • Product ID#: 16845.
  • Dimensions: 30" width x18" height x" depth
  • Weight: 1 lbs
  • Materials: Giclee, Fine Art Print, Fine Art Print, Fine Art Print, Canvas, Watercolor
  • Colors: Blue, Orange, Yellow

Artwork Description: Some time ago I became interested in creating shapes from Escher's patterns, since mathematically speaking, they are derived from shapes. I built several models, and then started thinking that they looked like my idea of alien spaceships. I started creating s series of images where these spaceships appear in familiar surroundings, ...
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I was born a long time ago, far, far away in a small village in Africa. I grew up appreciating the beauty and diversity of man and nature. My grandfather was a professional portrait photographer, and so I had access to equipment and, of course, his expertise to guide me. I started seriously taking photographs when I was 16 and it has remained a serious (sometimes paying) hobby for me all my life. Since those early days I have traveled the world and been amazed by many things. Today I live in Sarasota,...