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  • Crystal Swamp Moon
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Crystal Swamp Moon

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
  • Moss Sloth
Metal Sublimated Print
24" x 16" 

    Moss Sloth

    Metal Sublimated Print
    24" x 16"
  • Bug Eyed Bauble
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Bug Eyed Bauble

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
  • Sunlit Stone Stream
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Sunlit Stone Stream

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
  • Swamp South Bubble Layers
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Swamp South Bubble Layers

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
  • Leaf Ripples Stone
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Leaf Ripples Stone

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
  • Moon Mountains
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Moon Mountains

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
  • Liverwort Ripple
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Liverwort Ripple

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
  • Crackening
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Crackening

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
  • Pebble Glaze Sky
Metal Sublimated Print
24" x 16" 

    Pebble Glaze Sky

    Metal Sublimated Print
    24" x 16"
  • Irish Bulwark
Metal Sublimated Print
24" x 16" 

    Irish Bulwark

    Metal Sublimated Print
    24" x 16"
  • Lichenicle Caves
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Lichenicle Caves

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
  • After Monet
Metal Sublimated Print
24" x 16" 

    After Monet

    Metal Sublimated Print
    24" x 16"
  • LeafGlaze
Metal Sublimated Print
24" x 16" 

    LeafGlaze

    Metal Sublimated Print
    24" x 16"
  • Frost Leaf
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Frost Leaf

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
  • Bear Bunny
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Bear Bunny

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
  • Heart Dancing
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Heart Dancing

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
  • Pebble Bubble Trail
Metal Sublimated Print
24" x 16" 

    Pebble Bubble Trail

    Metal Sublimated Print
    24" x 16"
  • Air Anima
Metal Sublimated Print
24" x 16" 

    Air Anima

    Metal Sublimated Print
    24" x 16"
  • Mud Lift Leaf
Metal Sublimated Print
8" x 8" 

    Mud Lift Leaf

    Metal Sublimated Print
    8" x 8"
  • Quarries Cliffs
Metal Sublimated Print
24" x 36" 

    Quarries Cliffs

    Metal Sublimated Print
    24" x 36"
  • Honeycomb Wings
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Honeycomb Wings

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
  • Rushing Overhang
Metal Sublimated Print
8" x 8" 

    Rushing Overhang

    Metal Sublimated Print
    8" x 8"
  • Dark Gleam Cuddle
Metal Sublimated Print
36" x 24" 

    Dark Gleam Cuddle

    Metal Sublimated Print
    36" x 24"
  • Soar
Metal Sublimated Print
8" x 8"
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    Soar

    Metal Sublimated Print
    8" x 8"
    Sold
  • Leaf Glazed
Metal Sublimated Print
24" x 16" 

    Leaf Glazed

    Metal Sublimated Print
    24" x 16"
  • Bendable
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Bendable

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
  • Moon Mountains
Metal Sublimated Print
8" x 8"
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    Moon Mountains

    Metal Sublimated Print
    8" x 8"
    Sold
  • Pod Matrix
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Pod Matrix

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
  • Swamp South Mudlift
Metal Sublimated Print
16" x 24" 

    Swamp South Mudlift

    Metal Sublimated Print
    16" x 24"
Lliam Greguez

LLIAM GREGUEZ


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For photographer Lliam Greguez, water is the most important molecular compound on the planet. “It’s the reason we’re here,” he says. Using freezing water as found objects, Greguez employs a macro lens to capture winter ice in a Catskill Mountain stream. The effect is a heightened moment where light and color interplay with hydrogen bonds and oxygen bubblings, producing abstract, four-dimensional images. Because this water is pure, constantly moving, and fresh off the bones of the mountains, the viewer witnesses a hidden scene of chemical, biological and sensorial magic. Ice develops, creating sculptural forms, while splashes, wind and temperature act as paintbrushes. 

Greguez happened upon his process in 2005 while recording seasonal mountain sounds for music. Ice formations caught his eye, and he pulled out a 3MP pocket camera. What began as an interpretation of each winter’s offerings, expanded to examine how the seasons uniquely changed over the years, according to how the forecast interacted with accumulated precipitation. Acutely aware of shifting weather and the increasing worldwide disappearance of ice, Greguez considers his work a “micro-documentary of what we have, while we still have it.”



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