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Run #02745

CN Rail

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Edition Size 35
TYPE:Archival Pigment Print on Hand-Deckled 290gsm Moab Fine Art Paper
SIZE:18.5 x 14 Inches
RELEASE DATE:   Mar 13 2020
This RUN is signed, numbered and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Stephanie Buer and 1xRUN.
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International Women's Day 2020
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About this Art
"This piece is a drawing I made from images gathered while exploring the Packard Plant years ago. It was taken before the Packard Plant was purchased and renovated, back when I used to live in Detroit and wander the plant regularly. That place is very special to me and my early development as an artist." –Stephanie Buer

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Stephanie Buer
Portland, Oregon
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Stephanie Buer, now based in Portland, has spent over a decade observing the urban landscapes in Detroit, MI. She has an intimate appreciation of urban desolation and a love for the once prosperous buildings that have been abandoned to time and the elements. Her works in both oil and charcoal capture with photo-like detail the layers of gritty history that accumulate as these places succumb to the manipulation of vandals, artists, and the steady persistence of nature. In the juxtaposition between decay and growth, Stephanie finds a place that echoes the peace she finds in nature, with its endless cycles of change.

Part of the power in Stephanie's work comes from the absence of human figures in a place clearly marked by them. Rather than allowing distant observation as narrative, she draws viewers in to witness the space that people have left behind, compelling them to personally experience these modern relics that have been condemned by society. The simultaneously idyllic, yet derelict scenes challenge viewers to question their notions of beauty, while the detailed texture and depth that is characteristic of her work invites them to explore these places personally, as she does while taking the photographs from which she works.

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