10.00" x 6.50"
10.00" x 6.50"
1955 Ford Thunderbird Abstract Wood Print
by Peter Herman
1955 Ford Thunderbird Abstract by Peter Herman - 10" x 6.5"
1955 Ford Thunderbird Abstract wood print by Peter Herman. Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).
1955 Ford Thunderbird Abstract
I've been on a creative journey recently during what I call ugly season (after fall color, but before snow...),... more
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"1955 Ford Thunderbird Abstract" I've been on a creative journey recently during what I call "ugly season" (after fall color, but before snow...), and invite you all to come along on the ride! I've been selecting some of my photographs and applying various combinations of distort/blur operations to create evocative abstracts. Source image for this abstract is also available on my gallery - just search "Thunderbird" to find it.
About Peter Herman
Peter Herman was born and raised on a farm in North Dakota. He first became interested in photography during high-school, and after acquiring a Pentax SLR, began taking photos for the school yearbook and developing/printing B&W images in school darkroom. He continued shooting through college, taking portraits, group pictures, weddings, but after beginning his engineering career at Cummins, he let his photography interests go dormant until about 2005 when he acquired his first DSLR and started shooting scenic landscapes from around the US, but concentrating especially on rural areas in ND and WI. Many of his images were encountered while riding motorcycle down random backroads during "golden hour", searching for that magic light...
Right on. Making something out of nothing. Smart.
Peter Herman replied:
Thanks Christopher! I've been busy "creating" during what I call "ugly season"... I've got a ton of these surreal abstracts in the pipe, but I usually sit on them a while before releasing to avoid "honeymoon effect".