Photography by Drea Frost
Drea describes her work: "The blur between water and sky is where my heart lives and losing myself in that space is a cathartic experience for me. I wanted to convey those dream-like feelings in my collections of oceanic photography, with the intention of providing an image that has a painterly quality."
There are two different images. The images are printed on museum quality matte photo paper using archival color inks, with an image that will last for 100 years. These prints have been carefully coated with protective cover that is UV and water resistant to further insure archival permanence.
Images are unframed.
Photography by Joanne Fielder
Portland photographer Joanne Fielder has combined extensive travel with advance study in photographic processes to produce works inspired by quiet, introspective encounters. Her desire is to encourage mindfullness and appreciation of routine beauty.
WHICH WAY DUCKS
These are archival pigment prints taken with medium format film. They are printed on Jananese Mohachi paper, comprised of American cotton, Chinese hemp, and Norwegian pulp. Mohachi is handmade in Japan by Keiji Oki, in a tradition developed by his grandfather, Mohachi Oki. Each sheet is extra heavy weight, white, with deckle edges.
All images are sold unframed