Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistPat Cook Platinum Member CollectionFineart
Description Poem and Photo By Pat Cook - Pat Cook, All Rights Reserved.Along Bunton roadBroken Bottles and Rusty Fences, along Bunton road I did ride. The low roar of the occasional passing car, loud mufflers and beat of a bass amp local youth, have fun.Reverb ripples through my aching head.Still, the chaos of the world seems distant. The farmers fields dot the landscape,disconnected by rusty fences and gates.like ill fitting puzzle pieces, Schultz farm, laborious youthful hours spent.aging, laughing, mellowing, waning.Reduction of youth, memories fadingalong Bunton road I did ride.
Pat Cook, Ann Arbor Member Since November 2010 Artist Statement Award winning photographer, Pat Cook, was mesmerized as a teen when he was given a used Argus (brick) film camera. His love for the lens blossomed like a flowering tree. It has grown daily for over forty years as he has refined his skills and equipment to become a leader in the world of high-end digital photography. Intensity, passion, truth and complex simplicity characterize his work. His Native American ancestry (Cherokee) guides him to a unique perspective, especially in his nature photographs. As Ansel Adams said “A true photograph need not be explained, nor can it be contained in words."
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