As night descends, the city is bathed in rich, saturated, vibrant color. Blues and purples wash the urban environment, juxtaposing the naturally occurring with the human made. What better time to photograph Phoenix in the Summer, than at night.
A collaborative photographic project. Jared’s images were created with a large-format camera whose design is rooted in the mid-19th century. His series is shot entirely on transparency film with a low rating of ISO 10. Each image required between 8 and 45 minutes of exposure. Catherine’s images are purely digital, blending the immediacy that using digital offers with the ability to photograph manually. Marshall provided the accompanying historical context. All three; Jared, Catherine and Marshall are Arizona transplants who love to call Phoenix their home.
HOT SUMMER NIGHTS debuted at Chartreuse Gallery, 1301 Grand Avenue, Phoenix, September 4 - 30, 2015. Check out the following press: Chartreuse gallery adds a splash of color to Grand Avenue's expanding arts scene , Downtown Devil. 15 FAVORITE FIRST FRIDAY ART WORKS SEEN IN SEPTEMBER IN DOWNTOWN PHOENIX, New Times. Chartreuse Gallery Opens with ‘Hot Summer Nights’, Downtown Phoenix Journal.
Digital C Prints 17" x 13", printed on metallic glossy, with lustre laminate coating, mounted on masonite with museum mount backs for secure hanging, ready to hang. Please inquire.