Evergreen Elm, 2006 / 2013
Ink on paper
16 x 9 5/8 in. (40.64 x 24.45 cm)
Please note: The artist holds the copyright on this work.
Note: The origial digital scanner image was created in 2006, and this unnumbered print was printed in 2013.
This work was donated by the artist to Scripps College as part of the Museum Project, which was created by artists for artists to donate works to the permanent collections of museums and university museums of art. The founder of the project, photographer Robert von Sternberg, described the project’s beginnings. “Basically the idea for the project originated in a desire to thank, in general, the institutions that have shown a supportive commitment to photography as a fine art media.” With photographer Darryl Curran, and Tim Wride, curator, Norton Museum, von Sternberg fleshed out the idea. “We discussed the influential artist photographers that we believe were pivotal in the transition away from the era of ‘traditionalism’ and had solid connections to the Southern California photographic art world, post 1965,” von Sternberg said. Curran and von Sternberg then contacted a number of artists they believed fell into that group. As of September 2013, only 11 months after its inception, $560,000 of artwork had been placed in museums and university museums of art.
Source: Conversations and email exchanges and with Robert von Sternberg by Williamson Gallery Staff, September 26, 2013
Verso: In pencil, Evergreen Elm, artist's signature, copyright symbol, 2013
flatbed scanner camera-less archival inkjet prints on 17" x 20" Canson Infinity Baryta Photographique
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