#inthesky San Francisco #16
Photograph printied on gloss aluminum, mounted on basswood
10” H x 8” W x 1” D
Mobile photographer James Bacchi is obsessed with capturing “tension” from the ground up. #inthesky San Francisco #16 is part of Bacchi’s #inthesky series, an ongoing black and white mobile photography project that portrays the volatile relationship between the sky and the urban landscape. These melodramas contrast fleeting moments of beauty, strength and vulnerability, and offer the viewer more than what first meets the eye. This image is popular as it depicts classic San Francisco architecture, focusing on the high contrast between the sky and the art deco building and its shadows, creating a dramatic directional pull taking the viewer through every inch of the image.
“I have always been transfixed by the rapid, intense and often out of control movement within the sky. I see the sky as an evolving set design, manipulating everything in sight.”
– James Bacchi, #inthesky
#inthesky San Francisco #16 is available is printed on gloss aluminum and mounted on basswood for a striking presentation that keeps the drama on the image.
Artful Galleries’ donation: 14% of this artwork’s purchase price will be donated by Artful Galleries to Music Doing Good, as it was part of the Houston Exhibit benefiting this nonprofit.
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Design by Kim Brill Code by Brad Cable
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