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Oculus 214x2c5By Ken Lerner

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2022

Giclée Print, Giclee print on arches aquarelle rag paper

Edition of 3

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


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Artist Statement

Oculus 214x2c5 is an abstraction of part of the Oculus structure in lower Manhattan. There are many variations of the main image (Oculus 100 - which shows a view of the ceiling of the entire Oculus structure), each limited to 3 prints per version. In this particular version 214x2c5), I have selected just a tiny part of the main image, and have reproduced it 4 times, rotating and flipping successive images 90 degrees and then combining all 4 of these detailed images to form a symmetrical whole to form a new series of images (100x2 images). For this version (214x2c5), I have tinted the image in deep blue and pale green gray, with hints of purple mixed in around the blue elements.

4 SIZES-
Note - this work is offered in 4 sizes -- 18.1” H x 20” W // 36.1” H x 40” W // 54.2” H. x 60” W // 65.1” H. x. 72” W --- BUT is limited to 3 PRINTS TOTAL FOR ALL 4 SIZES COMBINED. Whichever size prints are purchased, when 3 prints have been made, this version of this image will be "Sold Out"

Please note - due to Covid-19 limitations still affecting me, delivery will take about 3-4 weeks depending on destination country

 



Artist Profile

Born: 1947
Hometown: New York
Based in: New York

Artist Bio

1953 - 1st camera in my hands - thus began a lengthy (on and off for twenty plus years) , though in early years, haphazard, photographic study with my father (a renowned photographer with Time-Life Magazines - 1st to ever photograph Michelangelo”s Sistine Chapel for Life Magazine; 1st western …

 

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