This set of three archival limited edition prints on paper
is by contemporary Mendocino/Bay Area artist, Gaétan Caron (b. 1964), co-founder of Lost Art Salon in San Francisco. Gaétan lives and works in his off-the-grid home located in an heirloom orchard in the Mendocino hills of Northern California, a stone's throw from the wild California Coast. His work documents the textures, colors, forms, as well as monochromatic shadows and reflections found in the natural world through contemporary abstract, botanical, still life, landscape, seascape, and Fine Art photography. A French speaking native of Québec, Canada, Gaétan returns back East regularly, traveling also across Europe, especially France, and to Hawaii for artistic inspiration. His favorite tropical island in Hawaii is the Big Island where Gaétan likes to go once a year in the winter to get his fill of the fire, air, water and earth energy he recognizes as particularly powerful for his art.
From left to right these pieces are titled Lost Coast: Storm Approaching
, Lake Mendocino: Morning Fog
, & Lost Coast: Fog Belt
Limited Edition Archival Print
Individually 33"x30" framed, 32"x28.75" unframed
105"x30" displayed together framed
Framed in a contemporary maple wood frame behind conservation clear glass. Signed, dated, titled, and numbered by hand at the bottom.