Gallery Number NineContemporary Art for Passionate Collectors
An Accidental Ice Mountain – by Debra Cortese
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This slide gallery shows the original photo of the tiny (10 ft. tall) Ice Mountain and detail views of several of the other Icescapes in this collection which are derivative works created from this original photo.
Collections: Gallery Number Nine, Icescapes by Debra Cortese, Nature Photography, Mixed Media, Limited Editions
This is the original photo that Debra used to create her ICESCAPES collection. It was taken with an iphone and in her usual style of studying images and nature patterns, she identified specific sections of this image which revealed the most intriguing contrasts to her and developed these into the IceScape images that you will see in this collection.
‘An Accidental Ice Mountain” is a landscape photo that was taken by Debra Cortese during an early spring day in 2013 on the site of Gorzynski’s Ornery Farm and Silver Heights Nursery in Cochecton Center, NY. Cortese recalls, “It was a crisp, clear spring day with twinkling snow melting in the bright sunlight. I could smell the fresh scent of spring and that, combined with the amazing contrast of colors on this temporary tiny mountain of ice were irresistible! I was beyond happy to have been there at that perfect moment in time when all of the elements of subject, light, iphone and opportunity aligned.”
An Accidental Ice Mountain is a limited edition of only 99 fine art, archival prints on paper. Each image is hand-signed and numbered by the artist.
This image area measures 12″x 16″.
Price includes shipping and insurance to addresses within the continental USA. For locations other than this area, contact Debra to arrange your shipping preferences.
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Gallery Number Nine will pay shipping costs including insurance to deliver flat and rolled artworks and for smaller 3D works within the continental USA.
For very delicate, large or heavy artworks, we offer custom delivery options. Please see shipping notes on individual artworks, or contact Debra to discuss your preferences.
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