Stretched Canvas

Modern Lines

Contemporary White

Classical Baroque

Unframed print


Bradley Martin, Altadena, CA
Member Since June 2008
Artist Statement Bradley Martin started his venture into photography in the 1970s when as a child his father gave him his first camera, a Kodak Instamatic 104. He has moved forward with his work, but still cherishes the photographic slides from his first camera.


Bradley’s Gallery of work is best described as “Photographic Art” due to the pre and post production work he puts into each image. But more than just the additional hours; Photographic Art is any object originating through the lens of a camera, which can be produced as an original print or reproduction.


ImageKind is the processor: All prints are produced as Giclée prints. "Giclée" means fine art ink jet print. The term differentiates fine art prints from commercial proofs made from similar equipment.


Giclée differs from other traditional printing methods. Posters are usually produced using offset lithography, which uses 4 colors of differing size dots to produce the colors (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black). Newspapers are produced the same way. Giclée prints have the different colors of ink mix on the surface of the paper, so the colors are bright and uniform, even when examined close up. Our Giclée printers use 8 colors of ink (cyan, light cyan, magenta, light magenta, yellow, black, light black, and light light black), we are able to produce a wider spectrum of color than a traditional print. For more information on our inks and papers, click Here


All orders processed by ImageKind have a 30-day, no questions asked, return policy. All transactions are secure and private.


If you have any questions regarding the Photographic Art work presented in Bradley’s Galleries, please use the Contact section to submit your questions directly to the Artist.
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"In the work of Bradley Martin, you will find the work of a searching mind and eye.


Most of all, ...you will be delighted to discover one of the most exquisite, sensitive, judicious sets to be seen. In his [galleries], you will see the work of a masterful eye, with a keen sense for understatement, freshness of vision, color, selection, framing, and composition. There is a quality so fresh and original, in his way of perceiving and presenting. Anyone who takes time here will come away enriched, and the more discriminating a photographer."


Dr. E. John Walford is Professor of Art History and Art Department Chair 1981-2002, at Wheaton College, Illinois
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Product No 1123378
Subjects Architectural Elements, Architecture
Style Historical
Medium
Tags Bradley, Martin, los angeles, union station