Bath - Grungy NYC Window in Brown and Gold Photo Print

$ 25.00
sMacVision
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An award winning fine art photo taken in my renowned neighborhood. Soho (NYC) was originally known as the Cast Iron District due to the prevalence of cast iron buildings, many of which held warehouses and factories. The buildings still remain; but most of the old businesses have moved on, ousted by outrageously rising rents. This has been my home for over 20 years, and I've witnessed the vast changes to the face of this historical district almost on a weekly basis.I rarely leave home without at least one camera in tow just in case something catches my eye, like this. Here is a print of my photograph taken of a cast iron building’s abandoned storefront window on one of the cobblestone streets in my neighborhood. It provided a perfect canvas, with its dripping paint, filth, and envelopes leaning inside the glass for the reflection of life across the street. This fine art sMacVision photograph is printed on 8.5x11 inch (A4) premium acid-free, archival digital rag, heavyweight paper, which has a matte finish and will last a lifetime. It will be signed and dated and shipped promptly in a sturdy, moisture-resistant package. Other sizes available upon request.

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sMacVision
Based in Manhattan

Hello, my name is Susan Mac. Originally from New England, I spent most of my school years moving, though longing to stay in one place. Now as an adult, I have finally done just that, settling in NYC, (Soho, Lower Manhattan) my home for more than a quarter century. Art and anything related to it...

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