Hello Stacey and Katherine, February 10th, 2019
There are several ways we can print this.
1) One is as you see below, which would be a fine art photo print placed on Dibond and laminated for protection. We can also slightly round the corners.
2) If you want to stick with the white frame you sent in the other photographs, I would do a fine art paper print with acrylic (probably non-glare) and white frame, backed by either Dibond or Sentra. Either one would be attached to the wall with mount, cleats and security fasteners.
I would like to make the print larger than the 30x80” which was on the photo you had sent me a few weeks ago. I think the larger image is more interesting and impressive for the viewers. The size (adjusted for proportions) that you are looking at below is 45x128” which is ~ 1/2 the length of the wall ( = 21’ or 252”). Stacey, we talked about a triptych, but I don’t think that will work and I like the look of this better.
Let me know your thoughts and we can start the printing.
All the best,
Harry Agress Photography
November 16th, 2018
Hello Stacey and Katherine.
Here is a sample of photographs (see below) we had previously discussed for possible design projects at NYU Langone. These are most optimally appreciated, when you click on any image below, as it will enlarge. You can then simply scroll to the next photograph in that section.
I might add that many of the works and, in particular, the Flowerscapes are predominantly photographed at very high resolution, allowing them to be significantly enlarged (30x45 up to 40-60 inches). This could make a very impressive wall display.
I have included a Triptych/Composites Series Collection which is meant for grouping 3-4 photos on the same wall space.
I also invite you to take a look at my recently updated website which is divided into two separate collections: Global Collections (by Country) and Nature and Wellness Collection (created for Interior Designers and listed by subject, similar to the images below). Just click on either collection above to view further.
With warm regards,
Harry Agress Jr., MD
Harry Agress Photography
“Art in healthcare facilities can have a significant positive emotional impact on staff, visitors and patients, creating a calming, restorative and often inspiring environment. Here are a few choices from my portfolio, which are meant to inspire feelings of thoughtfulness, serenity and wonder in the majesty of simple beauty.”
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Very excited to have my work now hanging at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in NYC.
This is truly fulfilling the dream of having my images bring pleasure and comfort to patients, staff and visitors.
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue, New York, NY
"Best in Show"
Hackensack Meridian Health Physicians’ Art and Photography Show
Jersey Shore Medical Center
Neptune City, NJ
Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute. Venice, Italy
House on Stilts. Inle Lake, Myanmar
Weill Cornell Medicine/Samuel J. Wood Library Exhibition
June 5th - September 7th, 2017
Photographers and Imagists (PAI)
Selected Honorable Mention Award for Photography at the PAI Exhibition
Weill Cornell Medicine/Samuel J. Wood Library.
1300 York Avenue, New York, NY
January 19th - March 2nd, 2018
Exhibition and Lectures
Messing Art Gallery, Mary Institute/St. Louis Country Day School.
St. Louis, Missouri
The Other Art Fair by Saatchi Art
Brooklyn, New York
Selected to show at The Other Art Fair, a juried exhibition, sponsored by Saatchi Art, their first exhibition in the United States (previously in London, Sydney and Melbourne).
Saatchi Art Interview by Emma Warren
Brooklyn, New York
I was very honored to have been interviewed by Saatchi Art for The Other Art Fair and its inaugural show in Brooklyn, NY. Check out "Harry Agress Photography Takes His Audiences All Over The World" full interview here.
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July - Aug 2016: 299 Park Avenue NY, NY
Sept - Nov 2016: 605 Third Avenue NY, NY
“Through My Lens: A World of Wonder, Beauty and Spirit”
Fisher Brothers Lobby
This was my first exhibition in NYC after I retired as an radiologist. I am standing in front of two of my (favorite) photos from the exhibition Through My Lens: A World of Wonder, Beauty and Spirit at the Fisher Brothers lobby of 299 Park Avenue.