"'Hereafter' was inspired by the face cards from playing cards. I always loved how they seamlessly flow and transition into each other and that in some cases, the faces are different. This idea evolved into a story on our own reflections and how we see ourselves, depending on our perspective."
-artist, Mallory Morrison
The image is printed on archival Canson Platine paper. Trimmed with a 1"-2" boarder for framing.
This is a limited edition of 10, signed and numbered of back of print. Certificate of authenticity is numbered and signed.
Photography: Digital on Paper
40"H x 20"W
Los Angeles-based photographer, Mallory Morrison, has been honing her skills in underwater photography for the past few years and continues to experiment with new processes and concepts. Originally a dance photographer, Mallory blended her photography skills with her twenty-four years of dance experience, bringing about a perfect marriage of her two passions.
Mallory’s evolution into underwater photography allowed her to introduce another element to this union and extend the range of her talent even further. Her use of dancers in an underwater environment allows Mallory to challenge the boundaries of people photography - utilizing weightlessness to tell stories which explore the depths of movement and composition.
The image is printed on archival Canson Platine paper. Trimmed with a 1"-2" boarder for framing. This is a limited edition of 50, signed and numbered on back of print. Certificate of authenticity is numbered and signed.
Photography: Digital on Paper
24"H x 16"WView full product details
Artist: Blake Brasher
On the canvas, Blake explores the physical and spiritual nature of life through color and movement. He believes the purpose of art is to help man find his place in the universe, and he considers a painting successful if it draws people into a state of meditative contemplation. His work is neither ironic, nor an attempt to shock anyone. It is a sincere expression of inquiry and discovery.
Blake Brasher grew up in North Pole, Alaska and earned a B.S. in Art and Design from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) in 2003. He works part time as a robotics engineer at Google and maintains a painting studio in Boston, MA.
Acrylic on Stretched Canvas
24"H x 18”W x 3/4"DView full product details
Artist: Jason Wilson
Thirty-five years ago, a young boy watched his Native American grandmother design, assemble and sew his family’s quilts. Today, contemporary Perceptual artist, Jason Wilson, influenced by his grandmother’s quilts, gives new life to old concepts.
His designs are about building the painting as much as painting the painting...involving hours of construction.
Perceptual Art asks its audience to visually or emotionally interact with the design. Some Perceptual Art appears to shimmer and shift while other designs may, for example, provide a sense of serenity and grace. By bringing his designs to life, Jason Wilson hopes to delight and inspire others.
Acrylic on Gallery Wrapped Canvas
24"H x 48"WView full product details