Photograph, printed on archival acid free, heavy paper. 2020.
Location: In the Garcia Street neighborhood, in Santa Fe’s east side.
"In my last year of art school, at the famed Philadelphia College of Art, I decided to share my father’s studio rather than having my own in the center of the city. It was the best year of my entire four years of college. I was studying illustration, which was my father’s chosen specialty. Life Magazine, National Geographic and Reader’s Digest were a few of his clients. He taught me how to look at all pictures as abstract designs by turning the picture up and down. He also taught me about the power of diagonal and the nature of the color black. Black has a dozen personalities. My favorite is warm black. My father would say, 'Add brown or yellow to mars black and you make warm black'. I have been doing this for 50 years." - Ivan Barnett
• 12" (30.48cm) height of image
• 18" (45.72cm) width of image
• Available in editions of 5
• Price includes the archival print, framing is not included