(abstract photograph)


Jasper Johns is one of my all time favorite artists. This image is an ode to his stenciled numbers encaustic paintings. As a graphic designer, I work with typography, color, composition and texture and here it spilled over into my fine art. As an artist, I am fascinated by the evolution of these very things in my surrounding environment over time. On one hand they become eyesores and on the other they become more beautiful as they age — just depends on one’s perspective.

This photo is of a portion of the side of an abandoned train car in the Grant Park area of Atlanta, GA.

This image is available directly from me in signed & numbered limited editions of 25 in two sizes:

36″x24″ flush mounted – $295 (Ed. of 25) – ships FedEx Ground
4″x5″ framed – $45 (Ed. of 25) – ships USPS Priority Mail

Please allow 10 days for production, plus shipping.

Other options available, please contact me to discuss.

abstract photos description

24"x XX" flush mounted (signed and numbered Ed. of 25): Images are printed on Fuji Crystal Archive or Kodak Endura photographic paper. This is the longest life photographic materials on the market today. I custom build my own frames that appear similar to gallery wrapped canvas paintings. The photo print is mounted to a custom built frame ready for hanging (similar to a canvas wrap in appearance). The print surface is clear coated for protection. This presentation reinforces the resemblance of the images to paintings.

4"x5" (6"x7' framed): (signed and numbered Ed. of 25): 4"x5" image floats in a custom built 6"x7" shadow box style frame ready for hanging (similar to a canvas floater frame). I custom build my own frames that appear similar to canvas floater frames. The 4"x5" print appears to float within the 6"x7" frame.  The print surface is clear coated for protection and the frame is painted black.

Traditional & Custom framing options are available. Please inquire, please inquire: [email protected] or 404.377.2555.

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 32 × 24 × 1.625 in

About the Abstract Series

There is extraordinary in the mundane — if you look closely enough, everyday sights that wouldn’t ordinarily be considered attractive or engaging can suddenly be transformed into art. These are photographs of my environment and are often mistaken for abstract expressionist paintings.

These images are not staged or manipulated. They are photographs of what we see and ignore daily… resurrected as art. All images are signed & numbered in limited editions of 25 and are available for purchase.

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