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d'ART ID#: 159420
Length: 21.90 in (55.63 cm)
Height: 14.50 in (36.83 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: no
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Sam Smith

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'Concerto Grosso 10.4'
Sam Smith

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'Concerto Grosso 10.4', 2010: "Come Down. Come down. Why dost Thou hide thy face?", though written by the American poet, James Wright (1927-1980) in different context, this concerti grossi may supply a partial visual answer to the question asked. A musical form common to the Baroque period, played by full orchestra contrasting solos by a small group of soloists, the title is also a pun on the double meaning of gross. The visual world for me is either couched in terms of beauty, ugliness (and all between), a cartoon, or music, each occupying a credible space in the works of humanity.

All materials, techniques and pigments used in producing this print adhere to museum protocols. Signed frontally with title and copyright. Should a size, different from that indicated above be desired, pricing will be proportionately adjusted. All measurements are from image edge to opposing edge. Shipping, and or, insurance will be borne by purchaser. By obtaining this work you agree to all copyright statutes that apply.

A native of Baltimore, MD, N.Y.C. has been my home for more than half my life. Four plus decades my artistic acts have passed through the glass eye of fine-arts photography. Most recent series of works are from the 'EquivalencE' series, an outgrowth of 'Synergi3s of Confluence' (SynCon), a continuing series. The central subject-matter are that shared space humanity & Nature inhabit. Such juxtapositions will oft result in foretelling ways, at times they will speak to formalities of esthetics, and others a more humorous narrative is close at-hand, all-the-while the relationship between Nature/humanity is context. Visual results are never passive, as these relationships are manifest within an atmosphere of correspondence. While the SynCon works rely on: a process of repurposing the original image via: duplication, selective cropping, and seamless reuniting along a common edge, whereas the EquivalencE works rely on the singular original image. Aspirations are two-fold: an engaging work of fine-art, and a redefining of the relationship between humanity & Nature to one of partnership.

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