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Encinitas Beach | Photography by Renee Torres. Item made of paper
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Encinitas Beach | Photography by Renee Torres. Item made of paper
Encinitas Beach | Photography by Renee Torres. Item made of paper

Created and Sold by Renee Torres

Renee Torres

Encinitas Beach - Photography

Price $3,600

Creation: 3-4 weeks
Shipping: FedEx 5-7 days
Estimated Arrival: August 27, 2024
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Woman Owned

Made In USA

Locally Sourced

43H x 108W x 0.05D in
109.22H x 274.32W x 0.13D cm

Edition of 25.

Archival diptych pigment print on Moab Entrada Rag. This was photo was taken with 35mm Black and White Kodak Tri-X film.

This photo was taken at Encinitas Beach, CA. in 2018.

This print is a part of a panoramic 35mm film series that was shot over three years in Southern California. I used a Horizon Perfekt panoramic film camera, purchased years ago in San Francisco. The camera lens captures an entire 180 degree view, often creating a curvature on the horizon line. The project took me to Joshua Tree National Park, Trona Pinnacles, Trestles Beach, Encinitas, a few secluded beaches along the Pacific Coast Highway, and explorations across the southern deserts. The film’s graininess, accidental double exposures, and light leaks - capture the mystical awe of Californian wild places.

Item Encinitas Beach
Created by Renee Torres
As seen in Creator's Studio, Los Angeles, CA
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Renee Torres
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2019
Large Scale Photography

Raised in California equally between the Mojave Desert and the Bay Area, Renee Torres is a visual artist, designer, photographer, nature enthusiast , and owner of Mojave Art.

During the shelter-in-place mandates of 2020, Renee began to hone in the overall vision of Mojave Art, with a clear focus on supporting women designers and artists. She is currently expanding her own practice to incorporate surface design, and has begun research and development for a custom mural and wallpaper collection for Mojave Art.

Renee is a member of the Female Design Council, which is an organization dedicated to providing a strong professional community for women in the design industry.