* Arched willow over North Bay, Thomas Teich 2000
A large framed print of this photograph has been donated by Tom Teich
to a silent auction to benefit Hudsonia.
This photograph was taken at Roger's Island (Columbia County) as part of a limited edition series of black and white images of the Hudson River initiated in 2000. The photograph (gelatin silver print #5, matted, glassed, classically finished in a black wood frame; framed size 23” x 27”) can be viewed Monday through Friday, 10 am - 3:30 pm, or by appointment at the Hudsonia administrative offices, 7539 North Broadway (NYS Rt 9) in the Village of Red Hook, Dutchess County, NY.
Private bids for “Arched willow over North Bay” can be placed at the Hudsonia office, or by phone (call Linda Spiciarich at 845-758-0600), or online (place bid below). The auction will close on 15 December 2010. (Also on exhibit at Hudsonia are natural history and landscape photos by Esther Kiviat, and a large painting "Dream of the Fairy Shrimp" [acrylic on canvas] by Jean Tate.)
Tom Teich is a fine art landscape photographer who grew up in the Hudson Valley, and has been photographing the "wild and quiet places" of the region for 30 years. He creates his stunning images with an 8" x 10" view camera, which allows him to capture the elaborate detail and textures of the natural world. His prints are hand-developed in the large-format darkroom that he built in a barn on his property in Greene County. Each gelatin silver print is unique and signed by the artist. Tom's work has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions in the Northeast and is included in many private and corporate art collections. Visit www.thomasteich.com for more information on the photographer.