Needless to say, 2020 was a historic year with the pandemic, Black Lives Matter protests, and various other events. As an urban photographer, I knew the face of Portland would be changing, so I walked around town as much as I could to capture the changing landscape...the changing facades as windows were boarded up during the lockdown and murals eventually were painted. Here I show a sequence I was able to capture during three trips downtown, which I feel is a reflection of the year.
25% of print sales of this series will go to the NAACP.
The artwork is printed on museum-grade, velvet fine art, archival paper. Printed with an Epson SureColor p5000 and 11 UltraChrome HDX Pigment Inks that ensure visibility of the smallest details, and colors that appear as fresh as day one, even after 100 years.
This piece is a Limited edition print of 25 prints offered at the 11x17 size. Once that number of prints has sold, that size will no longer be offered.
Each print is numbered, hand-signed, and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.