James Ogilvy, First Light II

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Est. Arrival: Jul 13 - Jul 25

Seen first at One Kings Lane: This calming image from James Ogilvy captures a breathtaking balance when the colors of the sky at dawn are reflected in calm waters below. Printed on high-quality paper and beautifully framed, this piece arrives ready to hang.

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White Washed Maple
White Washed Maple
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Artist: James Ogilvy
Dimensions: frame size, 24"L x 17.5"W x 2.5"D
Finish: frame, whitewashed maple
Frame Details: pine/Plexiglas/1.75" white mat
Made Of: giclée print on fine-art luster paper
Please Note: Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
SKU: 77470904
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Jul 13 - Jul 25
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RETURNS: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
A Scotland native, James Ogilvy's favorite time is the magical period just before and after dawn, when only birds are awake, and there are no sounds from the modern world. It encourages an almost meditational state of mind with intense awareness of even the smallest changes in light and atmosphere. He is particularly drawn to bodies of water: they act as a huge reflector of a changing sky, as a generator and attractor of mist and fog, and of course as a magnet for birds. Ogilvy's ultimate objective is to create a unique record of a still space that can provide a kind of spiritual refreshment whenever one looks at it.
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A Scotland native, James Ogilvy's favorite time is the magical period just before and after dawn, when only birds are awake, and there are no sounds from the modern world. It encourages an almost meditational state of mind with intense awareness of even the smallest changes in light and atmosphere. He is particularly drawn to bodies of water: they act as a huge reflector of a changing sky, as a generator and attractor of mist and fog, and of course as a magnet for birds. Ogilvy's ultimate objective is to create a unique record of a still space that can provide a kind of spiritual refreshment whenever one looks at it.