Find something you love? Use this form to share great art with your friends.
YOUR MESSAGE WAS SENT
Thank you for sharing with your friends.
0158, 2006 - James Welling
About the Work
Floating atop a vivid blue landscape, Philip Johnson's Glass House is at once present and ephemeral, its architectural structure seamlessly dissolving into the branches and trunks of the surrounding trees. Using a transparent blue film, Welling distorts our understanding of visual perception.
About the Artist
About James Welling
Part artist, part mad scientist, James Welling pushes the limits of photography through experimentation and exploration of materials. Self-trained and fueled by curiosity, there doesn ...Read More
Part artist, part mad scientist, James Welling pushes the limits of photography through experimentation and exploration of materials. Self-trained and fueled by curiosity, there doesn't seem to be a photographic process or tool he has yet to attempt. His abstractions are rendered as photograms, traditional gelatin silver prints, Polaroids, and digitally processed prints. He uses shutterless, digital, and vintage view cameras to create his images; in some cases he removes the camera altogether and works directly on film. Despite his wide range of methods, we see one common thread in all of his works: light.Read Less
Ships in 10-14 business days.
This work is final sale and not eligible for return.
We are here to help. Please let us know if you have any questions about this work,
the artist, collecting in general or artists you'd like to see on Artspace.
Please call us at (212) 675-5804 or email email@example.com and we'll respond within 24 hours.