Artsuite - Matthew Brandt - Klamath Lake - Matthew Brandt's work builds on the work of generations of landscape photographers and the history of the photographic process. He makes pictures using the physical matter of the subject in the development process, creating one-of-a-kind prints with methods that make it nearly impossible to create duplicates.

Matthew Brandt

Photography | 2009 | Lakes and Reservoirs

 

Matthew Brandt's work builds on the work of generations of landscape photographers and the history of the photographic process. He makes pictures using the physical matter of the subject in the development process, creating one-of-a-kind prints with methods that make it nearly impossible to create duplicates. 

 

Size

40" x 30" - Framed

 

Materials

C-Print soaked in Klamath Lake water

 

Authenticity

Hand signed by the artist

Klamath Lake, OR

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Matthew Brandt

Photography | 2009 | Lakes and Reservoirs

 

Matthew Brandt's work builds on the work of generations of landscape photographers and the history of the photographic process. He makes pictures using the physical matter of the subject in the development process, creating one-of-a-kind prints with methods that make it nearly impossible to create duplicates. 

 

Size

40" x 30" - Framed

 

Materials

C-Print soaked in Klamath Lake water

 

Authenticity

Hand signed by the artist

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