Due to its extended frontage, the Musée d’Orsay – once the gare d’Orsay, a terminus for trains from all over France – is hard to photograph in one frame. Luckily, the old station’s façade is so full of beautiful features that it’s no loss to stick to detail shots.
My artworks are toner photo prints, handcrafted on 8×8″ wood blocks. To differentiate them from my regular photo blocks, I am adding a metal leaf border and a cast-metal fleur de lys clavos at the corner of each piece, which will come with a signed certificate of authenticity indicating that it is a unique print created for the “City of Delight” project. I have set the price of each piece at $75 to reflect Paris’ famous “75” postcode. 20% of my profits will be donated to UNESCO and the UNHCR at the end of 2016.