|photo-eye EDITIONS – Elaine Ling|
12 Archival Pigment Prints
Published by photo-eye EDITIONS
Baobab: Tree of Generations is a limited edition portfolio of twelve 11x14" pigment ink prints from Elaine Ling's acclaimed series of photographs of these magnificent trees from Madagascar, Mali and Limpopo, Africa. The edition is limited to 30 portfolios. Using the now discontinued 4x5 Polaroid positive/negative material with its distinctive edges, ling's photographs capture the dramatic nature of these monumental trees. For this portfolio, the images are bled to the edges of the paper. Also included is an essay by Kevin Miller, Director, Southeast Museum of Photography.
|Vortex Over Field, 2015 – Mitch Dobrowner|
14 x 21 inches, Archival Pigment Print
Dobrowner has always been drawn to weather and in 2009 he actively started seeking out tempests and twisters in the company of professional storm chasers. Since that time, storm chasing evolved into both a passion and a salient part of Dobrowner's photographic practice. Vortex Over Field is one of seven images recently released in the ongoing Storms series.
|The Trickster, 2015 – Tom Chambers|
14 x 14 inches, Archival Pigment Print
Tom Chambers' intriguing photomontages are inspired by his own dreams and musings. These intricate single setting narratives are often surreal and the artist himself places his compositions within the genre of Magical Realism. To the Edge, Chambers' most recent series, takes us on a journey through Iceland, pairing images with lines of poetry written by Allen Chamberlin.
|Solovki, Venäjä, Russia, 1992 – Pentti Sammallahti|
7 x 14 inches, Silver Gelatin Print
Pentti Sammallahti is a benchmark figure in contemporary Finnish photography. His works depict nature eroded and broken down by civilization, but he does not put man and the environment in opposite camps. He sees an equal relationship, in which the power of brotherhood stemming from the environment frees man of his alienation and cosmic loneliness.
|Barn Owl #3 , St. Louis, MO, 2012 – Brad Wilson|
20 x 29 inches, Archival Pigment Print
Wilson has been photographing his Affinity series, close-up portraits of birds, reptiles and mammals, since 2010. Wilson's prints showcase an often larger-than-life representation of the animals. Shot with stunning detail, the studio lighting and skilled camera execution illuminate every feather and focus on the bird’s eyes while the black background isolates the animal for concentrated experience with the photograph.
photo-eye Gallery has a large selection of images from each of these (and many more photographers) currently in stock. Stop by photo-eye Gallery or contact Gallery Director Anne Kelly at 505.988.5152 x 121 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to purchase prints.