Jesse Chehak, Oceanic Ice Field II
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Jesse Chehak, Oceanic Ice Field II

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Est. Arrival: Oct 15 - Oct 23
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Why we love this

Seen first at One Kings Lane: This stunning image from Jesse Chehak captures the expansive North Atlantic speckled with bits of floating ice. Printed on semi-gloss photo paper, floated on a white mat, and displayed in a pine frame, this piece arrives ready to hang.

Artist: Jesse Chehak
Dimensions: frame size, 35"L x 47"W x 2.5"D; image size, 29.5"L x 41.5"W
Finish: frame, natural
Frame Details: pine/Plexiglas/2.25" white cotton rag mat
Made Of: giclée print on semi-gloss photo paper
Please Note: Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
SKU: 77487139
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Oct 15 - Oct 23
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Jesse Chehak’s photographs, films, and artworks are inquisitive encounters with places, communities, and circumstances. His approach to environmental portraiture and landscape photography takes its contemporary departure from the established traditions of these genres, which he developed with the guidance of the preeminent American photographers Joel Sternfeld at Sarah Lawrence College and with Frank Gohlke at the University of Arizona.
Why we love this

Seen first at One Kings Lane: This stunning image from Jesse Chehak captures the expansive North Atlantic speckled with bits of floating ice. Printed on semi-gloss photo paper, floated on a white mat, and displayed in a pine frame, this piece arrives ready to hang.

About the Brand
Jesse Chehak’s photographs, films, and artworks are inquisitive encounters with places, communities, and circumstances. His approach to environmental portraiture and landscape photography takes its contemporary departure from the established traditions of these genres, which he developed with the guidance of the preeminent American photographers Joel Sternfeld at Sarah Lawrence College and with Frank Gohlke at the University of Arizona.