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'Crest' Limited Edition Print by Drew Doggett

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'Crest' Limited Edition Print by Drew Doggett

from 750.00

EPHEMERAL SHORES - ABOUT THE WORK

This image is part of Drew Doggett’s Ephemeral Shores series. Two thousand years ago, an earthquake shifted part of an ancient Sitka spruce forest intothe tidal zone along the Oregon coast. This series — Doggett's first in color — abstractly explores this fascinating locale. From a limited edition, each work is printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta paper, includes an embossedcertificate of authenticity, and is signed.

Email info@sylvesterandco.com to inquire about custom sizes and framing options.

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EPHEMERAL SHORES - ABOUT THE WORK

This image is part of Drew Doggett’s Ephemeral Shores series. Two thousand years ago, an earthquake shifted part of an ancient Sitka spruce forest intothe tidal zone along the Oregon coast. This series — Doggett's first in color — abstractly explores this fascinating locale. From a limited edition, each work is printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta paper, includes an embossedcertificate of authenticity, and is signed.

Email info@sylvesterandco.com to inquire about custom sizes and framing options.

ABOUT DREW DOGGETT

Drew Doggett's practice is best characterized by his ability to implement and navigate different roles of photography to create distinct images, each genuinely recognizable as his own. Between his tenure working with influential fashion and portrait photographers and his expeditions to remote regions in the Himalayas, Ethiopia and more, Drew has created an oeuvre that combines the sensitivities of multiple photographic disciplines.

Doggett's interest in photography is primarily in chronicling remote and hard-to-reach local; usually subjects that are at risk of eventual or sudden disappearance. He isolates certain elements in order to show us what is worth identifying, chosen for his sense of composition and aesthetics and for its transient or diminishing place in our world. His practice is of course about the resulting image, but the journey to find these exotic locations is woven into the fabric of the photograph, whether immediately or subtly apparent over time. Doggett's work is in private collections globally, including in the US, England, Canada, Ukraine, South Africa, Nigeria, China and Australia. His work has been shown in a number of exhibitions throughout the United States.