WILLIAM BINZEN

RIVERINE #7

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50" x 75"
50" x 75" BLEED
Hahnemühle 100% Cotton Photo Rag Baryta LAMINATED/NO ACRYLIC
Shadowbox Museum Black
$3,745.00
Free to the Lower 48

Paper Size:
50" x 75"

Image Size:
50" x 75" BLEED

Paper:
Hahnemühle 100% Cotton Photo Rag Baryta LAMINATED/NO ACRYLIC

Frame:
Shadowbox Museum Black

Price:
$3,745.00

Shipping:
FREE

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Riverine #7 is a spring tapestry of many colors. It’s beyond all measure of vibrancy, it alchemizes in color like hardly anything I’ve seen. Yet it’s all Nature, natural phenomena, the rainbow-prismatic. Water filtered through volcanic Cascades rock emerges ultra clear, a rippling lens bending light rays. The water’s surface is so alive and constantly rippling (that the naked eye can’t perceive these colors, they average out and you don’t see color to any significant degree, you see a wash of brightness but little color). I didn’t know the colors lived here until I looked at the screen after retreating to the interior of my van. The color only lives for brief slices of time – in this case at 1/640 sec. f/5.6 ISO 1250. Time of day was early afternoon, strong light coming down. This is a picture of light itself, it’s about light and water as a refracting lens, bending light rays into rainbow effects, micro-painting by light rays dancing stopped at 1/640th of a second. It also seems a window into interstellar space at micro scale, or the canvases of Jackson Pollack, or any number of things because in this image – light itself as a painting…

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