Flying Elephants Productions is making preparations for the next Ashes and Snow exhibition venue. We will announce the details on this website and on social media platforms as soon as the details can be made public. To be notified by email, please click here.
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All of our posters are produced specifically for each exhibition and they all include information related to the event. All of the available sizes for our posters are displayed in our bookstore.
All the posters that are available are displayed in our bookstore.
The Santa Monica Exhibition Catalog contains 192 images and includes all the images from the show. You can browse the images in the catalog as thumbnails in our bookstore.
Please feel free to contact Flying Elephants Productions for details about purchasing original artwork and collector books at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +18.104.22.16852.
All Gregory Colbert images, as well as the Ashes and Snow feature film and both of the short films, Dreamsong and Black Rain, are copyright protected. Gregory Colbert has a fixed policy of not granting commercial or non-commercial third party use of any kind except in conjunction with an Ashes and Snow exhibition.
Gregory Colbert seldom grants interviews, but you may send your request to email@example.com. Please feel free to visit our press room to download information about Ashes and Snow.
The Ashes and Snow exhibition includes more than 50 large-scale photographic artworks, a one-hour film and two nine-minute film haikus.
The title Ashes and Snow refers to the literary component of the exhibition—a fictional account of a man who, over the course of a yearlong journey, composes 365 letters to his wife. The source of the title is revealed in the 365th letter.
None of the images have been digitally collaged or superimposed. They record what the artist himself saw through the lens of his camera. Colbert does not rely on photomontage or digital manipulation to create his artworks.
These mixed media photographic works marry umber and sepia tones in a distinctive encaustic process on handmade Japanese paper. Beyond this, Colbert does not share any information about the techniques that he uses—the type of film, the cameras used, or production techniques.
The artworks, each approximately five feet by eight feet, are mounted without explanatory text so as to encourage an open-ended interaction with the images.
You may contact Gregory Colbert by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.