Artist's description:

Looking upriver from the crest of the Horseshoe Falls in Niagara Falls, Canada you see one of the early hydroelectric generating plants that harness the power of the Niagara River and generate electricity from it.
I'm drawn to the design of buildings from this era, they could have been very sterile, plain and, quite frankly boring, but the designers of the day took the time to create structures that were both functional and a pleasure to look at.

This is an unframed 16x20" limited edition photographic print. Each print is signed and numbered on the back and includes a Certificate of Authenticity that describes the scene and conditions when the photo was made.

Each image is captured digitally in RAW mode then individually edited by myself. A proof print is made and signed off by myself before images are made available for purchase.

Materials used:

Fujicolour Crystal Archive20

Up River (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Mark Spowart from Canada

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