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Paso Antiguo

  • Description
    // Watch your step. In art, stairs are seen as a metaphor for a journey. They can be used optimistically to show growth and ascension or a begrudging descent to darkness and despair. M.C. Escher used them as an eternal, never ending motif. Rocky used them as a point of victory. Truman used them as an escape. The stairs pictured here are cracked and worn; colored with bright hopeful colors. . . which way are you headed? Watch your step.
  • Details

    Materials Matte photo paper

    Dimensions 8"x10" or 24"x30"

    Limited Run 5 per photo per size

  • About the Artist
    Jonathan Wade is an Atlanta based actor, commercial photographer and graphic designer. He’s taken his love for photography around the world to find frames that feel balanced, evoke a memory or just feel pleasing to the eye. He draws his inspiration from the world around him, Chuck Jones cartoons, and Wes Anderson.