The framing option for this RUN includes a 1 inch black wood frame with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.
"This piece is from an image I took while walking through a Detroit neighborhood outside the Packard Plant a couple years ago. It was such a beautiful day, very foggy and snowy.
I like these images of Detroit because they're a piece of history, a glimpse into a landscape that is very quickly changing. The building at the end of the road is the old Packard Automobile Plant. I've been exploring this building for almost 12 years, it has been a huge inspiration in my work. In the past couple years or so the building was purchased and I'm not certain what the owner has planned or how much longer it will be standing in its current state. So, I like to think I've managed to capture a fleeting moment, a memory of when this big, beautiful, neglected structure was still with us." - Stephanie Buer
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
, 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.
Find more from Stephanie Buer at stephaniebuer.com
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