Here is an opportunity to see the finished prints of the MartinPrairie Project, and to take one home if you like. Compared to the relatively low-res images on this website, I guarantee they will make your eyes pop.
On Saturday Nov. 10, I will be showing and selling my work at the Roedde House Museum, a Victorian mansion at 1415 Barclay Street in Vancouver’s West End.
You can meet the artist — that’s me — and I will talk about the summer of 1981, when I had just graduated with a degree in photography from Ryerson in Toronto. An Ontario Arts Council grant paid for a rickety old Toyota and four months of driving around southern Alberta, taking hundreds of photographs with my aging Mamiyaflex twin reflex camera.
The event will run from 7 to 10 p.m.; doors open at 6:30.
There will be snacks, non-alcoholic beverages and live piano music. Please join me, other friends and neighbours.
8x8 inch print only, $25
8x8 matted print, $40
8x8 print matted and framed, $60
12x12 print only, $40
12x12 print framed, $65
15x15 print only $80 this will have to be ordered so I will take $40 deposit
For payment, I can take cash, credit or debit card.
These were printed by the master printer, Alan Somerville, at Fidelis Fine Art. Fidelis serves an elite community of photo-based artists and painters by providing exhibition quality archival inkjet printing. All copyrights are owned by the artist. This print is rated to last 100 years under museum conditions, but should be handled with acid free materials and not exposed to strong lighting or humidity.