Located about 100 miles east of Reno, Nevada, the town of Rochester remains a fraction of what it was in its heyday. Immigrants from Rochester, New York discovered gold here in the 1860’s. The railroad company built tracks to run ore from the upper canyon to the lower parts, and then off to other mills. The train was unreliable, and by 1917 was abandoned and many of the rails were ripped up. This image captures the desolation of the area, the will of the people and their imagination and enthusiasm for fortune. When Ansel Adams saw this image he exlaimed, “Your photographs exceed the event!”
UNFRAMED • Signed, authenticated, and printed by Artist • High quality luster paper • Archival, fade-resistant inks, producing vibrant colors • Mounted on acid-free white foam board • Mounted size chart: click here
FRAMING • Premium acid-free suede color mats, white and black paper mats, and natural wood frames • Specifically chosen by artist for compatibility with piece & most people's home/office • Custom framing available upon request in notes section at check out, click here for info • Framed size chart: click here
CANVAS • High quality canvas • Stretched on artist wood stretcher-bar frame • Image Wrap • Archival, fade-resistant inks • Not moisture resistant (i.e. bathrooms)
METAL • Coated aluminum • Borderless, flush-mount black frame on larger sizes • Scratch resistant and water resistant • Archival colors • Simple. Modern. Vibrant.