When you purchase this fine art during October 2020, Artlita will donate 5% of its proceeds to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Limited edition fine art photography presented as an acrylic face mount or an archival paper giclee.
Dimensions: 26″ x 40″. Custom sizes available upon request.
“In December of 2015, I took my box van across the country. I always dreamed of shooting New York City. On my first full day in NYC I decided to hunt down this famous square. I found the perfect spot atop the bleachers above the TKTX sales booth, but security kicked me off. This location was my next choice considering it was near construction and I was able to guard the tripod legs from pedestrian feet. Witnessing all the people, lights, and movement I truly feel as if I need to come back and attempt this location again.” – Michael Slattery
Slattery’s luminescent fine art photography perfectly captures the energy of Times Square; bring that lively energy to your home, office, or lounge.
Experience a true artist’s touch with Slattery’s limited-edition, handmade, acrylic face mounts, which will allow you to display Slattery’s artwork just like you see in the leading galleries and museums. This premium product starts with an archival print on high-end photo paper. Using optically clear adhesive the image is mounted to acrylic, which creates remarkable depth and brilliance that will make an impact on any audience.
The premium luster photo paper option is a durable, fingerprint-resistant choice. We are happy to work with you on a custom frame order or we can ship you the limited edition, collectible fine art print rolled in a tube and you can work with a local framer. This is an excellent option for people located outside of Southern California due to the significant savings in shipping expenses.
Slattery’s decades of professional experience enable him to produce his own photography to the highest degree of quality. Witness the top-to-bottom process of bringing these stunning photographs to life in this video. To learn more about fine art prints, read our blog post on the topic.