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No Hands Bridge - Abstract Photos - Fine Art Photos - Limited Edition Print On Canvas No Hands Bridge - Abstract Photos - Fine Art Photos - Limited Edition Print On Canvas
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Product description: This abstract photo was inspired by an early morning hike across No Hands Bridge which is close to my home in Auburn, California. As with many of my photographs, I layer and blend colors and textures to create emotional impact. This fine art print is created with a state-of-the-art inkjet printer using archival pigmented inks. The printers are capable of reproducing fine detail and rich saturated colors. Each canvas print is sprayed with a protective clear finish that protects and prevents the color from fading. In addition each art print is mounted on a solid faced birch panel that has been sealed and protected before the canvas is stretched and gallery wrapped around the frame. This type of frame gives a solid protective back for your canvas art print. I find these solid centered frames much more durable than the soft centered canvas wrap that we most often see. These canvas wrapped prints are ready to hang on your wall. Each print is signed on the back of the frame. Also, on the back of the frame is attached a Certificate of Authenticity with its limited edition number stamped on it and the story behind the photograph.
 
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No Hands Bridge - Abstract Photos - Fine Art Photos - Limited Edition Print On Canvas

Photography by vincent

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  • Product ID#: 40997
  • Materials: Photography, Canvas, Fine Art Print, Stone

Artwork Description: This abstract photo was inspired by an early morning hike across No Hands Bridge which is close to my home in Auburn, California. As with many of my photographs, I layer and blend colors and textures to create emotional impact.

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Vincent DiLeo started his career as a photographer at age seventeen. He was born and raised in New Jersey and worked as one of the staff photographers for The Roxbury News Journal while in high school. During that time he sold photographs to the Police department, Fire Department and major insurance companies. He joined the Air Force after high school and was stationed in Japan. He moved out to California over a decade ago to attend college and study photography. Jobs in photography were hard to find after college, so he devised...read more