photo-eye Gallery Gallery Seasonal Selections The intricate natural geometry of a snowflake, the revealing glow of an antique snapshot, and the snow white fur of an Arctic Fox are among photo-eye Gallery's curated selection of seasonal favorites. Featuring prints by Douglas Levere, Amy Friend, and Brad Wilson.
|Douglas Levere, Snowflake 2015.01.26.001, Archival Pigment Print, 12x12 inches, Edition of 10, $500|
The intricate natural geometry of a snowflake, the revealing glow of an antique snapshot, and the snow white fur of an Arctic Fox are among photo-eye Gallery's curated selection of seasonal favorites. A number of prints by Showcase artists Douglas Levere and Amy Friend, as well as works by Represented artist Brad Wilson, whose AFFINITY exhibition is currently on view through Jan. 21st 2017, are in stock and still available to ship for the Holidays.
|Douglas Levere – Snowflake 2014.02.09.007, Archival Pigment Print, 12 x 12 inches, Edition of 10, $500|
DOUGLAS LEVERE is an artist and photographer living in Amherst, NY. His work has been published in The New Yorker, The Buffalo News and many other blogs and online publications. From 1997-2002, Levere created New York Changing, one of the first urban re-photography projects, culminating in a book and exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York. Levere began his commercial photography career in New York City focused on newsmakers, celebrities, and architecture, working for advertising, corporate, and editorial clients. His images have appeared in Newsweek, People, Business Week, Life, New York Times, Forbes, and Fortune, among others. He currently works at the University at Buffalo as a photographer for University Communications.
|Amy Friend – We are Reflections of Light, Archival Pigment Print, 10x17 inches, Edition of 10, $695|
|Amy Friend – March 28/42 17 Years, Archival Pigment Prints, 14x12 inches, Edition of 5, $695|
AMY FRIEND’s series Dare alla Luce explores the reclamation of found photographs and the family snapshot. Friend gives these objects new meaning by piercing the original photograph and then re-photographing them with light coming through each of the tiny holes. Friend is an Assistant Professor in the Fine Arts Department at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario, and has exhibited internationally at venues such as Galerie Riviere/Faiveley (Paris, France) and Houston Center for Photography, among others.
|Brad Wilson – Arctic Fox #1, Los Angeles, CA, 2011, Archival Pigment Print, 22x29 inches, Edition of 15, $1250|
|Brad Wilson – Snowy Owl #2, Los Angeles, CA, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, 22x29 inches, Edition of 15, $1250|
BRAD WILSON's education in the visual arts began at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he received a BA in Art History and Studio Art. His work has been widely published around the world, appearing in numerous advertising campaigns, magazines, annual reports, and music packages. Wilson has exhibited both nationally and internationally including Photo LA, Art Beijing and AAF London. Wilson’s projects have twice been selected for CENTER’s Review Santa Fe, he was a Hasselblad Masters finalist, and his images appeared on 2016’s The Fence – a juried traveling art project and public exhibition.
As of Wed Dec 14th, 2016, all prints listed in this post are in stock, but quantities are limited so please inquire if interested. To ensure delivery prior to December 25th please place your order by Monday December 19th, 2016. Prints featured in this article are unframed.
For more information, and to purchase prints, please contact gallery staff at 505-988-5152 x 202 or firstname.lastname@example.org.