TROI ANDERSON

MOONLIGHT STUDY #2, DECEMBER LIGHT

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40" x 60"

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35" x 55"

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Hahnemühle 100% Cotton Photo Rag

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Roma Shadowbox Museum White

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Every purchase includes, at season's end, our beautiful large format Journal of all 52 photographs and the story of each, by the photographer.

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Along the coast of the American Northwest the earth is composed of sedimentary, metamorphic churnings and volcanic floods from 17 million years ago.  Great pillars of erosion resistant stone stand as monuments within the oceans gnawing waves.  Remnants of volcanic islands whose drifting origin dates back a billion years create a scattered graveyard of geologic time.  These oceanic movements coalesce with the force and pull of the full moon circulating this tidal body in the genesis pounding surf that sculpts the earth as it dissolves back into the sea.  This project was the first work I began after suffering a severe concussion which left my eyesight damaged.  In particular, I was sensitive to artificial and bright light having to wear sunglasses to protect my vision.  Working by moonlight was both solace and a period of healing for me within this illuminant darkness of night.

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