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Limited edition archival quality digital print. Image size 13" x 13" printed on 17" x 22" Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl 285 gsm paper. This is ostensibly a view of a found object near the water front pier in Berkeley, California. The shoreline of the waterfront kicks up all kinds of floatsom and jetsom. This piece caught my eye. The image is vaguely reminiscent of some type of construction whose purpose is unknown yet perfectly formed.
 
 
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