'Stasis' Wet collodion tintype photography was used to capture a staged fictional world, literally. Using a 19th century large format studio camera the artist photographed genuine found objects from the 1800s or earlier to create vignettes of daily life from a past generation. Each photo cannot be reproduced or copied. This piece represents "Stasis," and our continual search for finding balance within our past and present lives. The artifact photographed is a 1860s Harp scale.
10" x 10" x 2"
Value: $280.00 - $380.00
Bid increments of $5.00
Please note: bid price does not include applicable sales tax/shipping and packaging charges.
All artwork can either be picked up at the CherryArts Offices from Tuesday, July 10th through Thursday, July 12th or shipped to the recipient address. Pick-up hours at the office are 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at 2 Steele Street, B-100 (lower level of the Bank of the West building at Ellsworth and Steele.)
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Artist Paige Whitcomb
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