Nautilus print sandwiched between two layers of plexiglass.

This image of a nautilus is sandwiched between two layers of plexiglass to protect it from moisture around the pool. The print is part of a 20 print collection permanently installed at the Grand Tier across from Lincoln Center on the upper west side of New York city.

This post-war 30 story high-rise was designed by famed architect Costas Kondylis, with interior spaces designed by renowned American Designer John Saladino.

Sandwiching the image between two layers of plexiglass made it possible to safely display the print in this moist environment. There are a number of solutions for displaying prints in challenging environmental conditions.

Contact me to discuss solutions for safely displaying prints in challenging spaces you’re working on. WayneEastep@Gmail.com

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Nautilus print on permanent display at the Grand Tier in New York City

Print of a nautilus sandwiched between two layers of plexiglass at the Grand Tier apartments in New York city.

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Wallpaper, Wall Decal, Interior Design,
Akhmed Yasavi bathhouse, Shymkent, Kazakhstan

Transform your space with images of unique places from around the world.

New materials make it possible to imprint images onto surfaces that can play a role in your interior design and architecture.

Repositionable vinyl wallpaper/decal makes it possible to install a decal without damaging the paint or wall and when you want to remove the decal and install a different image.

There are exciting possibilities to imprint an image into tile mosaic and create a permanent architectural solution.

Contact me to explore possible images and installation solutions. WayneEastep@Gmail.com

Browse a library of images. Visit my website: www. WayneEastep.com

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Art + Interior Design +Architecture

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Art print of a California black mission fig
Beautify your kitchen walls with food art.

Art should be exhibited in the kitchen. We prepare food to be beautiful. We choose kitchen dishes, pots, utensils and even appliances for their style and the way they enrich our aesthetics in the kitchen. Our library of food cookbooks include titles like The Art of Food, The Beauty of Food, etc. It’s time to spice up our lives with beautiful art in the kitchen.

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What’s being exhibited in the kitchen?

Fine art in the kitchen.

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Image created by bending the light spectrum.

I love the illusion of fire that this image creates. This print is 47″x 96″. To see this image at different sizes visit my online store: EastepPhotography

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Bending the spectrum of light

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Art, Photographic Art, fine art, underwater image, Bonaire, Coral Polyps, Orange Tube Coral, mural, Corporate Art, Art Specifier, Art for Corporations,
Art at the Princess Cruise Headquarters in West Palm Beach, Florida Coral Polyps of Orange Tube Coral (Tubastrea coccinea). These polyps are only visible in the dark, usually at night. Bonaire The print is eight feet wide museum box mounted. Printer is Ken Lieberman Labs in New York, NY
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Palm Beach Casino Line boardroom, Palm Beach, Florida

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Art in Corporate Spaces

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Native America, Architecture, Mesa Vera, CO,

Interior Kiva at spruce tree house Mesa Verde CO

Sacred Light

Ancestral Puebloans built Spruce Tree House around A.D. 1200.  It was re-discovered in 1888, and is the third largest cliff dwelling in Mesa Verde National Park. This Cliff Dwelling housed somewhere around 60 to 80 people. This is a view from inside one of the 8 Kivas found at Spruce Tree House. Kivas are subterranean structures that were most likely used for spiritual ceremonies. 

This image is one of 12 prints in the collection “Art Within Architecture” on exhibit at Eastep Photography Gallery,  1338 Central Avenue, Sarasota, Florida, 34234.  The prints can be viewed on Saturday, September 29, 2018, between 11 am and 4 pm.  The Gallery is also open by appointment.  Call 917.675.0640 or write WayneEastep@Gmail.com

For print sizes and print contact WayneEastep@Gmail.com

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Art Within Architecture Kiva Mesa Verde

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Al-Hijr / Madain Saleh

UNESCO, World-Heritage-Site, Nabataen-civilazation, Saudi-Arabia, archeology

Al-Hijr, Madain Saleh the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in Saudi Arabia.

The entrance to a sacred area within the complex at Al-Hijir.  The archeological site of Al-Hijr (Madain Saleh) is the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in  Saudi Arabia.  It is a major center of the Nabataen civilization.  It is the largest Nabataen site south of Petra in Jordan.  It bears testimony to the Nabataen civilization between the 2nd and 3rd centuries BC and pre-Islamic period in the 1st century AD.

Part of the collection “Art Within Architecture” on exhibit at Eastep Photography gallery 1338 Central Avenue, Sarasota, Florida 34236

 

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Al-Hijir Art Within Architecture

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Arkansas, Thorncrown-Chapel, Eureka-Springs, Architecture

Architect E. Fay Jones designed Thorncrown Chapel, a wooden structure forty-eight feet high with 6,000 square feet of glass. Completed July 10, 1980, Eureka Springs, Arkansas

This is one of those spaces where the separation that is often created by architecture goes away.  Being in this environment gives one the feeling of a union between the outside and inside.  The vertical feature of the narrow columns creates a visual connection to the trunks of the trees which come up within feet of the glass walls.

I find that the pattern and relationship between nature and the architecture creates a visual tableau that becomes art.

This image will be shown on Saturday, June 30, 2018, with other prints exploring the concept of “Art Within Architecture”.   The exhibit will be at my Studio/Gallery, Eastep Photography which is part of Art Central.  Art Central is located at 1330-1340 Central Avenue, Sarasota, Florida 34236.  Two other artist’s Lucy Barber and Kathy Wright will also have open studio’s from 11 am to 4 pm.

If you are unable to come to the studio/ gallery Saturday you’re welcome other times with an appointment.  Contact me: WayneEastep@gmail.com or call 917.675.0640 to arrange a time.  If you’re out of town and would like to buy a print contact me for sizes and prices.

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Art Within Architecture Thorncrown Chapel

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Architecture, Kazakhstan, Manghstau region, Shakbak-Ata, Shakbak-ata canyon, The Soul of Kazakhstan, Zoroastrian temple, ancient culture, ancient religion, traditional culture

Shakbak-Ata Zoroastrian Temple, Shakbak-ata Canyon, Manghstau Region, Kazakhstan

I traveled 3,295 km (2,047 miles) from Almaty, Kazakhstan to the edge of the Caspian sea to make this image of an ancient Zoroastrian temple.  The rituals are no longer practiced there so I brought candles to light the inside and show respect for their practice of using fire as a focal point of Zoroastrian rituals.

Zoroastrian places of worship are sometimes called fire temples. Each fire temple contains an altar with an eternal flame that burns continuously and is never extinguished.”

Burning flame

Zoroastrianism is one of the world’s oldest monotheistic religions. It was founded by the Prophet Zoroaster (or Zarathustra) in ancient Iran approximately 3500 years ago.

For 1000 years Zoroastrianism was one of the most powerful religions in the world. It was the official religion of Persia (Iran) from 600 BCE to 650 CE.

While I was making this image a woman appeared at the entrance, came in and announced that she and her family were there to honor a relative who had died and was buried nearby in what the Kazakh’s call “the city of the dead”.  She invited me to join them in honoring her relative. She turned and walked out.

A print of this image will be shown this Saturday, June 30, 2018, 11 am to 4 pm as part of an exhibit exploring the concept of “Art within Architecture”.

Eastep Photography Gallery, 1338 Central Avenue, Sarasota Florida 34236.

If you are unable to come to the studio Saturday but would like to buy a print contact me about sizes and prices:  WayneEastep@gmail.com

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Art Within Architecture Shakbak – Ata

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