Judy D Shane- The Painted Photograph: Portraits – Glinda The Good #758

Judy D Shane- The Painted Photograph: Portraits – Glinda The Good #758

Judy D Shane- The Painted Photograph: Portraits – Glinda The Good #758

Edition1/1
MediumArchival Inkjet Print, 100% Cotton Rag Paper, Mounted on Walnut Panel
Dimensions24 x 24 x 2.5 inches
Value$4,400.00
Opening Bid$3,300.00
Current Bid$0
Artist Biography

Judy D Shane's photographic artworks explore an interdisciplinary dialogue between painting and photography that question the space between the two disciplines from both manual and digital perspectives. By using focally stacked photographs to examine the micro world of hand painted brushstrokes as seen through the macro lens, she creates large scale photographic composites that exhibit a three-dimensional realism and a hyper-materiality while remaining grounded in a two-dimensional format. Her work continually navigates between the real and the unreal, and provides the viewer with a magnified sense of rich colour and detailed texture that cannot be so easily observed by the naked eye.

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1070 Homer Street,
Vancouver, BC, V6B 2W9, Canada

T. 604.737.3969
E. info@kostuikgallery.com

Judy D Shane – The Painted Photograph: Remnants, And Other Fragments: Fragment 01 V3

Judy D Shane – The Painted Photograph: Remnants, And Other Fragments: Fragment 01 V3

Judy D Shane – The Painted Photograph: Remnants, And Other Fragments: Fragment 01 V3

MediumInkjet Ink on Epson 100% Cotton Watercolour Paper, Mounted on Aluminum
Dimensions12 x 12 inches image size / 17.25 x 17.25 x 1.25 inches framed
Value$2,920.00
Artist Biography

Judy D Shane's photographic artworks explore an interdisciplinary dialogue between painting and photography that question the space between the two disciplines from both manual and digital perspectives. By using focally stacked photographs to examine the micro world of hand painted brushstrokes as seen through the macro lens, she creates large scale photographic composites that exhibit a three-dimensional realism and a hyper-materiality while remaining grounded in a two-dimensional format. Her work continually navigates between the real and the unreal, and provides the viewer with a magnified sense of rich colour and detailed texture that cannot be so easily observed by the naked eye.

Related Images:


1070 Homer Street,
Vancouver, BC, V6B 2W9, Canada

T. 604.737.3969
E. info@kostuikgallery.com

Judy D Shane – The Painted Photograph: Remnants, And Other Fragments: Fragment 01 V3

Judy D Shane – The Painted Photograph: Remnants, And Other Fragments: Fragment 02 V1

Judy D Shane – The Painted Photograph: Remnants, And Other Fragments: Fragment 02 V1

MediumInkjet Print on Cotton Watercolour Paper, Mounted on Aluminum
Dimensions12 x 12 inches image size / 17 x 17 x 1.5 inches framed
Value$2,920.00 framed
Artist Biography

Judy D Shane's photographic artworks explore an interdisciplinary dialogue between painting and photography that question the space between the two disciplines from both manual and digital perspectives. By using focally stacked photographs to examine the micro world of hand painted brushstrokes as seen through the macro lens, she creates large scale photographic composites that exhibit a three-dimensional realism and a hyper-materiality while remaining grounded in a two-dimensional format. Her work continually navigates between the real and the unreal, and provides the viewer with a magnified sense of rich colour and detailed texture that cannot be so easily observed by the naked eye.

Related Images:


1070 Homer Street,
Vancouver, BC, V6B 2W9, Canada

T. 604.737.3969
E. info@kostuikgallery.com

Judy D Shane – The Painted Photograph: Remnants, And Other Fragments: Fragment 01 V3

The Painted Photograph Remnants: Fragments : Silver White 02 VI

The Painted Photograph Remnants: Fragments : Silver White 02 VI

MediumInkjet Print on Cotton Watercolour Paper, Mounted on Aluminum
Dimensions25 x 25 x 1.75 inches framed
Value$3,600.00
Opening BidOpening bid $2,700
Artist Biography

Judy D Shane's photographic artworks explore an interdisciplinary dialogue between painting and photography that question the space between the two disciplines from both manual and digital perspectives. By using focally stacked photographs to examine the micro world of hand painted brushstrokes as seen through the macro lens, she creates large scale photographic composites that exhibit a three-dimensional realism and a hyper-materiality while remaining grounded in a two-dimensional format. Her work continually navigates between the real and the unreal, and provides the viewer with a magnified sense of rich colour and detailed texture that cannot be so easily observed by the naked eye.

Related Images:


1070 Homer Street,
Vancouver, BC, V6B 2W9, Canada

T. 604.737.3969
E. info@kostuikgallery.com