Description: Kyla Ernst-Alper performing aerial silks in "Dance Parade 2015" in Tompkins Square Park in New York City on May 16th, 2015 - The Silver Aerial Series by photographer and aerialist Andrew T. Foster.
This is the third image of five from the Silver Aerial Series of photographs featuring aerial artists performing live in venues around New York City and the outer boroughs. This is a limited series of giclée prints with a total number of ten available per image and three printer proofs.
Each giclée print includes a certificate of authenticity featuring an artwork protection hologram system. A duplicate hologram with unique serial number is placed on the print and the certificate for proof of authenticity. Each serial number is registered with an on-line database provided by myartregistry.com.
All the photos from the Silver Aerial Series were taken at a live performance and were in no way staged.
Each print features the following:
* Limited edition series of photos with a total run of ten giclée prints and three printer proofs.
* 15x20" giclée print on 17x22" Bartya FB 350 GSM archival paper.
* Each print made with archival ink using the Canon LUCIA EX ink set.
* Each print is coated with Hahnemuhle protective spray for scratch and UV protection.
* Individually numbered and signed giclée print with hologram attached.
* Certificate of authenticity with a matching hologram for proof of authenticity.
* Each print is placed in a polypropylene bag and shipped flat in heavy cardboard.
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