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. ArtistTom JelenPlatinum Member CollectionPanoramic
DescriptionHere you'll find everything you need to have a great vacation in the Daytona Beach area. The 'World's Most Famous Beach' is 23 miles of beautiful white sand beaches. We're famous the world over dating back from the very early 1900's when cars were first raced on the beach. Speeds were incredible then, the top speed in 1902 was an amazing 57 miles per hour. The last land speed record set on the beach was in 1935 when Sir Malcolm Campbell drove the world famous 'Bluebird' at 276 miles per hour on the beach! Today driving on the hard-packed sand is allowed on 18-miles of the beach during daytime hours and speeds are only 10 miles per hour. Five miles of beach are now reserved for visitors who wish not to have to share the beach with cars. The beach is famous for many other things besides cars and racing. There are the many very friendly and beautiful people that are always enjoying activities at the beach. With 23 miles to play on people have found an almost unlimited amount of activities. Sunbathing, surfing, frisbee, sandcastle building, people watching, volleyball, swimming, running, bicycling, car cruising, bikini watching, kite flying, picnicing, riding floats, relaxing, riding motorbikes, sitting under umbrellas, looking for shells, sailing, jet sking, skim boarding, fishing, enjoying beauty contests, eating 'beach dogs' or snowcones, walking the boardwalk, playing video games, enjoying the skyride, sail boarding, jogging, enjoying free concerts, comparing tans, meeting new friends, or take a romantic walk on the beach at night with the moonlight sparkling on the water, etc....
Tom Jelen, Village of Lakewood Member Since March 2010 Artist Statement Born 1951 on the northwest side of Chicago. My father and his two brothers were printers for Donnelly and Sons, formerly known as The Lakeside Press. The company was known for its rotogravure, typeset , litho and large offset printing publications, e.g., Look, Life, and National Geographic. We had our own dark room/lab at home, and I processed and printed my own film at an early age. My father also shot a good deal of Kodachrome; consequently, so did I. I started with a 120 roll film camera and still shoot roll film today with two 6x17cm cameras and a 6x12cm rotating lens camera. I also shoot digital, often side by side, and digitize all my film with an Imacon. I am currently represented by Panoramic Images of Evanston, Illinois, U. S. A.
I am also well traveled and would like to keep traveling for as long as I can.
Member American Society of Media Photographers, Inc -
International VR Photography Association -
International Association of Panoramic Photographers