Featuring Art in Public Spaces Recent Acquisitions
Amoré Gallery of Fine Arts Photography will sponsor a special exhibition of photographs by Jeremy G. Landau recently acquisitioned by Art in Public Places Program of New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs. An open house will be held to preview 2-works on Sunday, February 19th, from Noon to 4pm. The public is invited to view the photography and meet the artists in the gallery before installation of these distinct artworks in Santa Fe and Albuquerque.
“Shiprock Lava Tube” is a unique Sepia Photograph which is a part of a series completed or panoramic photography using the Iris Printing process and a Noblex 120 camera. Iris photographic printmaking is an environmentally-friendly method of photographic printing a bit like a digital watercolor brush.
Iris photographic/printmaking uses a digital file as the blueprint to lay down one million droplets of colored vegetable-dye ink per second. This creates a stunning image on any fine arts paper. It is an environmentally friendly process using no photographic chemicals. This print process is no longer available; making “Ship Lava Tube” one-of-a-kind collector’s edition.
“1941 Graham Hollywood” is a Sepia-on-Canvas print of an abandoned automobile from yesteryear of which only 1700 cars were ever produced.
Jeremy G. Landau currently features landscapes and panoramic photography of the desert Southwest as well as other regions of the world. Photographers also in the gallery include Mark Shumann, Dane Spangler, Heather Ross, Michael Rollheiser, David Michael Kennedy, and Kathryn Hayden.
Amoré Gallery is at 117 Kit Carson Road. The open house will be held on Sunday, February 19th, from 12pm – 4pm. Light refreshments will be served. Signed, photographic reproductions may be ordered.
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