Use metal, acrylic or vinyl to safely install this print in a damp environment.
I moved down the beach and into the water so I could place this wave in a diagonal composition. I like the way the angle in combination with the contrast in light and the slow shutter speed enhanced the graceful sense of movement in this picture. There’s a softness and strength I find appealing in this image.
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
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.