My goal is not to record just a picture of the village that I do love, I want to create art. Something with composition, form, light and dark that has the ability to move the viewer into introspection to seek something within themselves that can speak to them about the my Woods Hole images even if they have not visited the village. Maybe you will come to feel the magic of the place as I do!
This is the first of the portfolios in the Woods Hole series. These are black and white images of a village with an attitude. The village has been a place for me to escape to for over 40 years. It is a magical place!
Each boxed portfolio contains 7 images. Each image is 13×19. Each image is printed at the studio, using archival inks and Somerset Velvet archival paper. Each image is chopped, numbered and signed. Numbered and signed on the back and chopped on the front (embossed signature). Each print is placed in a clear archival envelope . Each portfolio comes with a certificate of authenticity from the artist studio. The cost per portfolio is $1750.00 (US). I hope that you enjoy the images.
Should you not want the portfolio box, or to reduce shipping costs (think cost for international shipping), we can place the images once completed in a clear archival envelope with handle, It would contain all the images just as they would have been in the portfolio box.
The artist will also gift one more print of his choosing as a thank you for purchasing.
Should you like to purchase one please reach out to me via email or phone to arrange payment. Shipping and handling costs will be billed after the portfolio is paid for and completed. The portfolio will not be shipped til the shipping costs have been paid. Thank You
All images are copyright by the artist.
“The term “Woods Hole” refers to a strait named Woods Hole, which separates Cape Cod from the Elizabeth Islands (specifically, Uncatena Island and Nonamesset Island) and which boats, yachts, and small ferries can use to travel between Vineyard Sound and Buzzards Bay.” And it is a small village at the southern most end of Cape Cod that I think is a wonderful place to visit. Even through photographs!