Andrew Pinkham

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This archival illustrative photography pigment print on cotton rag by Andrew Pinkham measures 20in x 16in and is signed and numbered. This piece is part of a small edition of 10. It ships float mounted in a custom black frame with a dark gray mat, as pictured. The frame measures 26.75in x 22.75in.

"A debutante gone wrong, the book represents correctness, while the cake is an element of distain." -Andrew Pinkham

ABOUT THE SERIES // "With this project, I confront what I fear most and utilize it as an instrument of enlightenment and personal growth. To take what is darkest about myself and manifest it into something beautiful and transformative through my own artistic expression. My goal is to encourage others to open up about their own fears and benefit from this project. I hope viewers will be inspired to believe in their own possibilities."

BIOGRAPHY // Andrew Pinkham is an illustrative portrait photographer who is inspired by 18th century Dutch masters. He was born in Evanston, IL but grew up Chester County, PA. Pinkham studied communications and photography at Dean College, Franklin, MA, and Antonelli Institute, Plymouth Meeting, PA. His career in photography has spanned a period of more than 30 years.

Pinkham's artwork has been included in exhibitions at area galleries and has appeared in many publications and books, including the cover of poet laureate Billy Collins' “Aimless Love”.

He currently resides in Philadelphia with his two rescue greyhounds, Colby and Nomy.
Andrew Pinkham (American)
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Archival Paper
Archival Pigment Print
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26.75 in. H x 22.75 in. W
Dealer Location
Philadelphia, PA
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