From a limited edition of 100 archival photographs
Signed and numbered by artist A K Nicholas
Jorgie loves to dance and it is obvious in this image. The cold atmosphere of the space is punctuated by the shattered glass on the floor that recedes behind her. Faint yellow outlines where vehicles once parked for service. Her warm, tawny color blazes defiantly through the chilly scene with an explosion of confident energy. The dancer appears unconcerned with the hazards that surround her and the possibility of the gaze of others from the nearby roadway as seen through the partially open doors in the background. Expressing her individuality through movement, she seems extraneous to the scene that she inhabits.
One may see in this composition an eagerness to embrace life regardless of one’s circumstances. In many respects, this image is about color and form with psychological meaning supplied by the viewer.
Image size: 10x7 inches, 25x18 cm
Paper size: 12x9 inches, 30x23 cm
Sold and shipped unframed
This limited edition archival photograph is made with the best quality inks on heavyweight museum-grade paper. Beautiful and long-lasting, this premium process produces exceptional contrast and crisp images. Properly displayed, this artwork will last without noticeable fading or change in color for generations (well over 100 years). A certificate of authenticity, signed by the artist, is included.
Artwork is expertly packed, insured, and guaranteed to arrive undamaged.
From my Industrial Nudes series. This collection of images sets the nude form against unnatural environments of concrete, chrome, mechanization, and grit. This series contemplates the contrast between the mechanical and the organic; the clean and the gritty. Even the strongest human body is slight and delicate when compared to the rigid, bulky elements of the industrial backdrops. It is, at it’s base, a commentary that compares an idealized “human as an animal” to humanity’s perpetual expansion into the nature. The theme celebrates beauty and achievement by showcasing icons of mechanization in conjunction with the splendor of the human form.
archival pigmented inks on 100% cotton acid-free artist paper