Elevator To The Sky — Dorothy Freudenberg
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12 x 12” metal print, float-mounted on aluminum backing for a contemporary look at 20 x 18” and ready to hang. This piece can also be matted and framed for the same price. Mention your preference in the notes at purchase.
This unique metal print by Dorothy Freudenberg has metaphorical connotations. While exploring the Portland Art Museum, photographer Dorothy Freundenberg found the most interesting moment was while taking the elevator. With its bright metallic walls and lighting it was a captivating sight. Later she combined the resulting photographs digitally with a shot of trees rising in the background.
“While arts creation is improvisation, trying to name the image later is a challenge. The name ‘Elevator to the Sky”carries the suggestion of another level of meaning. While we take elevators all the time in the real world, how about getting on an elevator where there are no upper limits? How could that be experienced?”
Let this mystery captivate you.
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