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Deborah Herndon - “Riveting Images” are original photographs taken across Europe and the U.S.A. of architectural details and artifacts. Images “freeze frame” these details to reflect the culture of the hands that created them. The metallic print process I use saturates color slightly and adds a third dimension to draw in the viewer. Metallic archival prints in limited ambient sunlight can endure 100 years or longer without fading. All of my prints are limited edition (29), titled, numbered and signed. All of my work is copyrighted and trademarked to protect the purchaser and the integrity of the artwork.
My interest in architectural details and cultural artifacts stems from my educational background in Anthropology and Sociology (B.A. degree, magna cum laude), urban planning career (Master’s of Urban and Regional Planning, Virginia Tech) and my legal career (J.D., Saint Louis University School of Law) resolving economic disputes between people, natural resources and mining industries. Understanding cultural values and economic stakes revealed in the process is key to resolving conflicts.
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Prints and cards are sold in independent boutiques and galleries in ten states and Washington, D.C. area.