❤ Aha, what can i say other than 'freakin' hell, that's just gorgeous!'? lucky library
Thanks, butters. Actually, this was for her home ( either bedroom or office - I can't remember ). However, the county purchased four pieces from a photography series/exhibition for permanent display in the library.
Above are two of the pieces hung perfectly beside a sculpture. They're from an exhibition entitled "Not an Exit". I photographed abandoned mills in the county - then scoured Lewis Hines photos of child labor in the 30's, and actually discovered he'd been to that very county and photographed kids in those very mills. So I superimposed the images of the children onto the mills they'd actually worked at 80-100 years ago.
I have very few pieces of that exhibit left - it all scattered to the wind when purchased by various cities, offices, and homes.
These are 18 x 24 gallery wrapped canvas - so that should give you an idea of how big the sculpture is.