Ice Hut # 727-a, Fort St. John, Charlie Lake, British Columbia, Canada, 2015
Limited Edition Archival Photograph
Photography by Richard Johnson | Ice Hut # 727-a, Fort St. John, Charlie Lake, British Columbia, Canada, 2015.
To guarantee the highest quality, your piece of art is printed in our atelier by Richard Johnson personally on archival acid free satin photo paper with archival pigment ink. The work is numbered, signed and delivered with two edition stickers and a certificate of authenticity along with detailed framing instructions.
About Richard Johnson, Photographic Artist
(b. 1957, Hackensack, New Jersey) Richard is a Photographic Artist with a disciplined approach to image making since 1991 as one of Canada’s preeminent Architectural Photographers. Aided by the rigor of working for many years with a large format 4x5 view camera and sheet film, Richard has adopted a classic visual style influenced by mid-century masters Bernd and Hilla Becher. [+]
About this collection
As with its distant cousins the native Teepee and the Igloo, the Ice Fishing Hut has its own essential purpose. It must be weather resistant and transportable, giving basic shelter and access to the ground beneath it. For this ongoing project (2007 - today) Richard is traveling across Canada comparing the similarities, and differences, of Ice Fishing architecture between provinces. These provisional shelters offer a colourful glimpse into the Canadian culture of Ice Fishing. [+]
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