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Beach Goers

Framed Fine Art Print

2008, Limited Edition of 25

Archival photographic print on heavyweight, acid-free, soft gloss paper in a wood, white, or black frame. Features a 1.25" white border around the image. No matte. Acrylic glass front gives a crystal clear view. Includes a certificate of authenticity on request, and arrives wired to hang.


$280

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Bryan Solarski

Jersey City, New Jersey

Bryan Solarski creates photographs meant to look like “miniature scenes” by using “Tilt-shift style photography.” In his photos, the people and places seem quite small “as if you are playing with Legos or action figures.” He strongly believes in the value of traveling and having new and different experiences. Bryan admires the work of photographers like Massimo Vitali, Thomas Prior, and Nick Brandt. He currently lives in New York. Fun fact: he was in a Cheerios commercial as a baby.

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commentsBeach Goers
D Polite purchased this artwork. 5/13/2016 | 4:41 PM

This turned out exactly like pictured. I love the perspective and that it looks like a perfect combination of modern art and photography

commentsBeach Goers
E Rodgers purchased this artwork. 5/1/2014 | 9:47 AM

Loved this! Went to a framing store to have it framed, and everyone was asking about it. They all said it looked amazing.

commentsBullfight, Madrid
N Brennan 3/19/2013 | 7:49 PM

I just bought 3 pieces - can't wait to see how they look.

Bryan Solarski 3/7/2013 | 1:10 PM

Thanks!

commentsBullfight, Madrid
N Brennan 3/3/2013 | 12:39 PM

Your work is AMAZING!!!

commentsConey Island Beach, New York
K Harder purchased this artwork. 3/24/2011 | 6:49 PM

This print is pure fun. I like that it first look it appears to be a diorama or miniature but as you look longer you realize it is photograph of a live scene. Taking away the focus from the individual people and forcing the viewer to absorb the whole scene first forces the eye to look deeper at the picture and re-evaluate their first impression.

  • This turned out exactly like pictured. I love the perspective and that it looks like a perfect combination of modern art and photography

    - D Polite

    This print is pure fun. I like that it first look it appears to be a diorama or miniature but as you look longer you realize it is photograph of a live scene. Taking away the focus from the individual people and forcing the viewer to absorb the whole scene first forces the eye to look deeper at the picture and re-evaluate their first impression.

    - K Harder

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