Using Photography to Reinterpret Architecture in the Interior Landscape Series as Well as Classic Painting in the After Painting Series.
Carol Inez Charney is an artist making photo-based work in San Francisco, CA. She is represented in NY and LA by the George Billis Gallery, in Oakland at Slate Contemporary and in Seattle by the Foster White Gallery. Her work can also be found in several prestigious corporate and private collections as well as with the SFMOMA Artist's Gallery.
Most work produced of the Interior Landscape series is made in sizes of: 30x30", 40x40", 48x48" and 60x60". More recently she's introduced vertical pieces available in sizes of: 30x60" and 36x72". The work is sold either as a print only or mounted on aluminum with a face flush non-glare plex mount and a recessed back. Editions are in 8, 10 and 15 depending on when the work was produced and what size.
For the After Painting series, the artwork is sold individually or as diptychs and triptychs where applicable, work is available as: 30x30" edition of 8, 36x36" edition of 8, 40x40" edition of 8, 48x48" edition of 6 and 60x60" in an edition of 4. All pieces are float framed with maple frames with the work mounted to aluminum. The work is also sold unframed as prints only.