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Alabaster Dreamscape – Acrylic Art

Limited Edition Face-mounted Acrylic Art
Limited Edition of 25
Manitoulin Island, 2013
Aspect Ratio: 2:1 (Panoramic)

Guinevere Joy’s acrylic pieces are available as limited edition art, up to a maximum of 25 editions, making it an exclusive and valuable product. Acrylic Art is a high quality product that seals the image under a layer of clear, UV protective acrylic resin. The layer of acrylic, as well as the archival quality metallic paper, adds depth and dimension to the fine details in this piece. The result is an almost holographic rendition of the art. Metallic paper is the most beautiful choice of paper that can be paired with acrylic face-mounting. This piece of art comes finished and ready to hang, however if you would like to add framing we can do that for you.
Braving the darkness
The first time I found this location, I was with my mother. I did not plan to stay until after dark, but when I saw the rock formations on the shoreline, I wanted to take a photo. Most of the images captured in this collection are taken at dawn or dusk, due to the quality of light at those times, as well as combining that with a long exposure. We left the right after I finished my final capture, and although there was still light on the beach, once we entered the forest, it was completely dark. So dark, that I couldn’t even see my hand in front of my face.
The hike back to the vehicle was 40 minutes through dark forest. As we walked, we began to panic in a way that is both contagious and that is felt in one’s stomach. We didn’t know the park well enough to know the way, and neither of us were calm enough to reassure the other. Without flashlights we hurried through the dark forest, fighting back fear and holding on to one another. I had my large on-camera flash in my camera bag, and I held it in my hand, flashing the bulb when we needed to see the ground, or when fearfulness became too much. Once we made it to the parking lot my unease dissipated. We still laugh about the night that we ran through the forest in a panic, using my flash as a torch. I have returned to this location many times since to capture the truly breathtaking landscape, but always with a flashlight.
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