Panorama : Panoramic Photo on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper
Size : 15x40 in | 38x102 cm
Edition : 68/500FAVORITEWELL PRICED
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Photograph —Unframed - Mint $2,500
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Not FramedIn Original Unopened Storage Tube Labelled.
Purchased fromArtist 2014
Provenance / HistorySingle owner
Story / Additional Info Dixie National ForestUtah, USABelieve me, I’ve seen some Fall color in my life. It’s part of my job, after all, a part of my job that I love. Stately groves of aspens, big beautiful maples, paper white birch - whole mountains covered in trees with leaves ablaze.But this... this was like nothing I’d ever seen. Usually the trees have one color, or two, or three if you’re really lucky. Here, every color of the rainbow was spread over this hillside, every type of tree that I love. It was a glorious messy mix. God’s crayons, spilled out of the box and onto the world.Field NotesCamera: Arca Swiss RL3d Large Format Lens: 180mm Aperture: f11Exposure: 1/15 Second Film: Phase One IQ180 (iso35)Awards 2013 Epson International Photographic Pano Awards • Bronze
Certificate of AuthenticityRodney Lough Jr
Rodney Lough, Jr. - United States
Art Brokerage: Rodney Lough Jr. American panoramic photographer: We have buyers today. In 2000-2001, while living in Happy Valley, Oregon, Lough focused on landscape photography and drew his entire income from art festival circuit artwork sales.In 2000, he spent six months out of the year driving to and participated in 32 shows around the United States and spent the other six months photographing landscape scenes.In 2001, his efforts paid off and he was invited to participate in the Lake Oswego, Oregon art festival, close to where he grew up. One commentator noted in August 2010 that "the jump-out-at-you colors of the nature photography of Rodney Lough Jr. recalled memories of visits to Point Reyes and Yosemite National Park." The natural world photo which brought him the top award over 3,500 other previously award winning submissions, "Passing Through," was taken at Nevada's Black Rock Desert and focused on color, texture and detail that allowed viewers to see in real life what they otherwise would never see. In 2012, Lough lead several outdoor photography workshops in Arizona's Antelope Slot Canyon near Page, Arizona. Art Brokerage has buyers for prints by Rogney Lough Jr. Listings wanted.