JAMES OSBORNE Photography, May-June-July 2013
Texture, patina and light are what draw Jim into a photography subject. Things that most of us pass by without a thought may be the very item that catches his eye.
Growing up in Royal Oak his interests varied but travel seemed to be a passion. Always a chef, he moved around the country, whether in NYC or Colorado, and now back in Michigan he carried his camera with him.
This will be Jim’s first solo exhibit. This series is from trips to Guatemala (2010-2012), primarily Antigua and Tikal. The Mayan and Spanish influences are wonderful details caught on paper. There is a certain mood he has captured in the most ordinary of subject.
A self-taught photographer he is concerned about the environment even in his printing papers. Prints are on eco-friendly papers unless otherwise noted.
1 $110. Doors & Walls #1 – Antigua, Guatemala (sugar cane)
2 $110. San Francisco Church Courtyard Entrance, Antigua, Guatemala (metallic)
3 $320. Doors & Walls #2 – Antigua, Guatemala (aluminum)
4 $110. Ruin #1 – Antigua, Guatemala (bamboo)
5 $110. Temple I – Tikal National Park, Guatemala (bamboo)
6 $110. La Merced Church Detail, Antiqua, Guatemala (bamboo)
7 $110. Crazy’s – Livingston, Guatemala (metallic)
8 $110. Mayan Woman Weaving, Antigua, Guatemala (bamboo)
9 $110. Santa Clara Church Catacombs, Antigua, Guatemala (bamboo)
10 $240. Temple IV – Tikal National Park, Guatemala (bamboo)
11 $110. Sleeping Pig Livingston, Guatemala (bamboo)
12 $110. Capuchinas Convent Singing Chamber, Antigua, Guatemala (bamboo)
13 $110. Antigua, Guatemala Bought for you by Coca Cola (metallic)
14 $175. Foyer: Big Face, Copán, Honduras (bamboo)
15 $175. Foyer: San Jose Cathedral Detail, Antigua, Guatemala (bamboo)
To purchase a print or for additional information, you may contact the artist at:
James Osborne – email: firstname.lastname@example.org – or by phone: (303) 931-5379
Some framing by Anneliese – (248) 541-1455