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Peter Cochrane

Bad Flowers (Fossil Records Suggest Magnolias May Have Been The First Flowering Plants At 150 Million Years Old)

Archival inkjet print, UV protective spray coating

31" x 41"


Retail Value: $2,000

Courtesy of Page Bond Gallery

75% donation to 1708

Peter Cochrane uses photography for its unique, flattening nature, to find new information and forms when translating three dimensions into two. Each project begins with extensive materials research to find the best medium for the idea-from the historical stories that embody every item in view to the narrative effects of light, color, and shadow. He is a recipient of the Snider Prize and has been a finalist for several awards including the Hopper Prize, the Fine Art Photography Award, the Exposure Award, and the Film Photo Award. He has held several solo exhibitions nationally, and his work is in public and private collections including the Museum of Contemporary Photography.