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No. 89By Erin Derby

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US$ 800



Paper Print, Photographic Fine Art Print

Edition of 50

Dimensions: 76.2cm (H) x 76.2cm (W) x 0.3cm (D) / 30" (H) x 30" (W) x 0.12" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.


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Please note that this item is unframed and will be shipped rolled

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Artist Statement

This print features the playful relationship between natural forms and botanicals. In this image Erin uses the natural composition of the muted green Hosta leaves, and her own collage work, to create a hypnotic mandala with the floral. Some describe it as a kaleidoscope effect. The soft greens create a peaceful and spa like feeling.

This piece is part of an ongoing collage project called "Reimagining Nature". They are a series of large scale photographs where Erin, working digitally and with mindfulness for lighting and composition, builds wholly new imagery using botanicals and natural objects. The results are at once familiar and strikingly unfamiliar. Of the earth yet other worldly. The images are bold, sensual and effervescent with light and color. Amazingly, they are concrete and ethereal simultaneously. And always there is a strong sense of the atmospheric.

The prints are of the highest gallery quality, printed on Canson Photo Rag Bright White 310 paper. They are striking up close with so much detail, and a bold statement viewed from a distance.

The paper is delicate, so framing under glass is highly recommended. Various framing options available.

This is a limited edition of 50, signed print. It will arrive with a signed Certificate of Authenticity.


Artist Profile

Born: 1975
Hometown: San Jose
Based in: Brooklyn

Erin Derby (b.1975. San Jose, CA) graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a BA in both Film and Latin American & Iberian Studies. Her early career was primarily photojournalism. Over time she evolved a fine art cynosure balanced with considerable commercial photography success. In the latter, she …


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