Lost in a blur - Metal

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Lost in a blur - Metal

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The is the metal version of this image, with a more traditional composition instead of the horizontal crop applied to the canvas version.  A compelling image regardless of the presentation, the metal adds just a different element, and one I wanted to explore.  

Technically this is a challenging piece to create, as it involves multiple processing steps to emulate what is known as "the Orton Effect."  This effect, invented by Micheal Orton, using a film camera, combines on over exposed and correctly exposed image to create an other-worldly, softer image with just enough glow.  The technique tends to be more obvious in brightly colored, contrasty images, but the black and white just seemed to suit the mood.

This is a piece of digital art, it has taken a commitment of time to draft and create, which makes it a unique type of work.  I will have this piece in an upcoming show.I know the owner will appreciate and enjoy this piece.

 

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24x36 aluminum print.  Comes with framed backing, ready to hang.

Includes artist statement, and signature on the back of the piece.  

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