Water 79hx8e

$3029$12506

Water 79hx8e

$3029$12506

Water 79hx8e is an abstraction of waves in the Hudson River viewed from the Esplanade in lower Manhattan, NYC. There are several versions of the main image (Water 79) limited to 3 prints for each. This version uses a tiny part of the main image with tinted elements of chartreuse, gray, black, and white to reduce it to a pure abstract of shape and color. A perfect addition to modern or industrial interiors, this original and striking piece adds an edginess for a comfortable but chic space. Perfect for an office space! Add a new perspective and create a sense of energy and dynamism to the work environment.

 

Limited Edition of 3 prints | Avalaible 3 Prints
  • Size of the work: 76.2×58.7 cm / 30×23.1″
  • Giclée Fine Art Printing
  • Medium: Hahnemühle Fine Art paper print | Unmounted fine art

 

Limited Edition of 3 prints | Avalaible 3 Prints
  • Size of the work: 101.6×78 cm / 40×30,7″
  • Giclée Fine Art Printing
  • Medium: Hahnemühle Fine Art paper print | Unmounted fine art

 

Limited Edition of 3 prints | Avalaible 3 Prints
  • Size of the work:  152.4×117 cm / 60×46.1″
  • Giclée Fine Art Printing
  • Medium: Hahnemühle Fine Art paper print | Unmounted fine art

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Description

Ken Lerner | United States

 

Ken Lerner has been interested in photography from an early age while being raised by another renowned photographer. Though his studies and career experiences have varied, its photography that he returns to putting aside his scientific studies to experiment in multiple exposure work up unti lthe mid 90s, and later leaving a career in financial sales to grow his experience and passion. His work continues to be an abstract and internal perspective of a moment, recurring fascinations with reflective surfaces and shapes both natural or man-made. The resultant textures and forms reveal the beauty of nature and the variance in subjective interpretations of the viewers, more of a comment on nature rather than an enhancement.

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