Art & Antiques
Totem: A Framed Photograph by Matthew Grob
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $50 USD to bfe3988e8
- Number of Bids
- 1 - Bid History
This photo was featured in a gallery exhibit in 2015, and appears in the book, "Art of Intuitive Photography” (Balboa Press, 2016). Totems like these, also known as cairns, are often found at trail heads or on the shore to mark the departure point for a journey.
According to the artist, "this totem, found on the shores of Kachemak Bay in Alaska, appealed to my sense of anachronism between nature and humans. Consisting entirely of natural materials, it was constructed by a human. The colors of the gray stone against the water-logged wood were what initially caught my eye. I hope this beauty bode well for the mariner who left it."
The professionally-framed 14" x 11" print measures a total of 18" x 15", including the complementary-colored matting and a 1" black wood frame.
This piece will be shipped directly to the winning bidder within two weeks of the close of the auction. Shipping to locations within the 48 contiguous states is included at no additional charge.
By bidding on this item, you agree to be bound by the Limmud NY 2017 Online Auction Rules and Guidelines, which can be viewed here.
Limmud NY stores data...
Your support matters, so Limmud NY would like to use your information to keep in touch about things that may matter to you. If you choose to hear from Limmud NY, we may contact you in the future about our ongoing efforts.