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Stephan Venekas
Rochefort du Gard, France

Stephan Venekas has a passion for aviation. He started his career as an artist photographing aircraft parts and making aeronautic art, eventually developing his signature style of aircraft flying through urban backdrops and tall skylines. Most of Stephan’s characters are female, highlighting what he calls “the fantasy of the unreachable female pilot.” To finish each piece, Stephan prints on aluminum and applies an epoxy resin by hand. Fun Fact: To get the best shot, Stephan often sneaks to the top of buildings without permission, and has been chased down a stairwell by hotel staff on more than one occasion!

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Aeroflot
by STEPHAN VENEKAS


Digital printmaking on metal
Limited edition of 5
Signed on front and back
2014

32" h x 32" w x 1.4" d
13 lbs. 0 oz.

$2,425


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I travel all over the world to take photographs. I use the images I collect to create fantastical scenes, playing with the composition until I am satisfied with the final result. This image is printed on photo paper and mounted on aluminum. It is then coated with epoxy resin for an ultra glossy finish. The piece is framed in a black wooden frame, which I built myself. This piece is number 3 in an edition of 5. The work comes ready to hang.

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