David Lee Black’s “Tumbleweed” is a 24 x 20 inch metal print and is part of his “Where Poetry Hides” series. The photograph is of a window and tumbleweed in the abandoned ghost town of Piedmont, Wyoming The frameless print has a satin finish and is infused directly into metal making it waterproof and easy to clean. It hangs easily with a float mount and the artist’s signature is located on the back. With breathtaking depth and amazing detail “Tumbleweed” makes an excellent addition to your home or office. Edition of 6.
This image is also available upon request as an acid-free, archival, paper print,
signed by artist, printed on acid-free Archival Moab Entrada Rag paper and nested inside a custom black wood float frame, wired and ready to hang. Additional framing options available.
Abandoned spaces and conceptual figurative photography serve as the focus of Boston-based David Lee Black’s most recent series of photographs. Black has curated and juried several exhibitions and is a recipient of the Tullaloughan Fellowship in western Ireland. Artscope, Boston Voyager, Boston Herald and The Providence Journal are just a few publications that have featured his widely shown work. Black is represented by Galatea Fine Art Gallery in Boston, MA.
Is the human condition like the tumbleweed, this tossing, fringed, homeless host?
Free and wild, or are we in the constant pursuit of a rooted grasp, a deep-rooted connection?
Exploring the abandoned ghost town of Piedmont, Wyoming offered a journey backward and forward in time, an illusion of the highest order.