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String #08

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String #08

By Patricia von Ah


About the Art

Transition. Observing change. A moment of time related to an arbitrary origin.

Artful photographic prints are produced to the highest standard, using Giclee printing on 300 gsm 100% cotton rag fine art paper. This method, accepted by the art world for fine art reproduction, produces a high quality, archival grade digital print. The archival quality of the pigment ink with 100% cotton rag minimises the chemical reaction leading to image fading.

Because Giclee is widely regarded as one of the very best photographic and fine art printing methods it has become extremely popular with artists and photographers displaying their images in art galleries, museums and exhibitions.

Artful is proud to offer a high quality framing service that perfectly compliments the artwork. Using conservation quality wood mouldings, our handmade frames are built for each individual print and arrive ready to hang. The archival quality mount is acid free and pH neutral, so you can be confident your print is well protected.

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About the Artist

Artists - Patricia von Ah

Born in San Diego and raised in Los Angeles, Patricia works internationally as a fine art, advertising, fashion and editorial photographer and filmmaker.

She attended the Art Center College of Design in California and, starting out with pencil and brush, recognised early on that photography and film are her medium. Patricia uses classic and digital photographic techniques in pursuit of her particular passion of painting with light.

Patricia has exhibited internationally. A selection of her exhibitions include Photobastei (Zurich) 2014; "Hands of Time" Oslo 8, (Basel) 2013; "Lost Birds", Scalo/Guye Gallery (Los Angeles) 2007; "Women: Self Portrait" Gallery Kashya Hildebrand (New York) 2006; "Lost Birds and Rabbit Holes" Gallery Kashya Hildebrand (Zurich) 2006; "Four Inches" Christie's (London) 2006; "Waste to Taste" Sotheby's (London) 2003; "For Luck" Egg Gallery (London) 2002; "Outmoded" Sotheby's (London) 2001; "Unexpected" Sotheby's (New York) 2001.


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