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All The Time There Is #9 by Joseph Mays

All The Time There Is #9 by Joseph Mays

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Title: All The Time There Is #9

Desc: Photo print on masonite panel.

A woman isolated in empty space scans the space above and below trying to find something else in the world in which she exists. Maybe she has always been here. Maybe she always will be. Or maybe she will find a way to be someplace else. Maybe we just aren't to that point in the story yet.

Also available in 18x24 and on brushed aluminum.

Media: photography

Size: 11Wx14H

Genre: nude

Price Range: Fine Art $100-$500

In calendar: Yes
Provenance (calendar wins & curators).

Price:Print $150.00

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