Paul Edmondson is known primarily as a landscape photographer of the American West, "Thanks, Come Again" capturing exactly that. It's a sign offering thanks in what looks to be a nearly barren town. Makes you wonder why you would visit this forsaken land in the first place.
Printed on an Epson Luster paper. Framed in a 1" white wood shadow box frame with a paper reveal. Print is set back in the frame to create depth and is behind a standard UV plexiglass. Frame comes with D-rings (unwired) for easy installation with standard hardware.
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Available in (including frame):
35"w x 2"d x 25"h
41"w x 2"d x 29"h
54"w x 2"d x 38"h
66"w x 2"d x 46"h
Paul Edmondson studied anthropology and ceramics as an undergraduate and worked for several years as a Forest Service archaeologist in Arizona and Southeast Alaska before starting his photography career. One of his earliest expeditions was an 800-mile solo sea kayaking trip through the Inside Passage from Alaska to Seattle.