Opportunity knocks for some, but it sails in for others. For you, fair winds bring a chance to own this award-winning image from Rhode Island photographer David Lee Black.
This photograph was taken in America’s oldest working shipyard in Gloucester, Massachusetts and reflects the timeless legacy of New England sailing. Culturally, the legacy of sailing inspires us, from whaling fleets in Moby-Dick to the images of a wind-blown JFK cruising the Victura off Cape Cod. Sailors are passionate about their time on the water—buoyed by a sense of artful wonder. This photograph, “11,10,9” with its painting-like quality and powerful patina provides a visual journey into the sailor in all of us. It was awarded the First Prize color photography at the Plymouth Art Center and would perfectly grace the walls of a Yacht Club or enhance your private collection.
About the work: Limited edition 21" x 32” photograph, numbered and signed by the artist, printed on Archival Moab Entrada Rag paper, nested inside a black wooden custom float-frame, wired/ready to hang. Additional options for framing available.
Can be shipped or hand-delivered and installed.
About the artist: Creativity is the last great adventure. I’m thinking about ideas all the time but the incubation process takes days, weeks, months or even years. It’s a very organic process, a mixture of intuition and discipline. Ideas seem to have an uncanny way of finding me. My work can be seen at Galatea Fine Art Gallery | Boston, Copley Society of Art | Boston, Wickford Art Association, South County Art Association, Mattatuck Museum | Waterbury, CT and Congressman Joe Kennedy’s Office | Washington DC.
I have received awards from Cambridge Art Association, Attleboro Art Museum, Copley Society of Art, Plymouth Center for the Arts, National Geographic and the US Department of Interior and my work hangs in collections throughout New England, Germany, Ireland, and Australia.
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