All editions are printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Matte Paper with Epson archival quality inks.
Available in different sizes and in editions of 25 in each size.
Size: Price: Details: 10″ x 10″ $900 11″ x 17″ paper, unframed
18″ x 18″ $1,200 20″ x 24″ paper, unframed
30″ x 30″ $2,200 32″ x 32″ paper, unframed, unmounted
40″ x 40″ $4,800 44″ x 44″ paper, unframed, unmounted
40″ x 60″ $5,800 44″ x 64″ paper, unframed, unmounted
40″ x 60+” $6.5-7k depends on size, unframed, unmounted
60″ x 60″ $6,800 60″ x 60″ paper, unframed, unmounted
Project Title: Botanicals Scanography, using the scanner as the camera, is a rediscovery of image making. That is, it’s reminiscent or mirrors, in both process and aesthetics, the historic images of those first photo-grams and canotypes. Particularity in the use of botanical objects, which to me is not surprising.
For some primordial reason when a new image making process or technique is created we innocently throw nature onto its surface, as some kind of ongoing test. Perhaps looking to see if it can match our own perceptual abilities and/or move beyond it. Scanography, to my estimation has come the closest to fulfilling this goal.