Table Prints | The School of Maximalism

What happens when the lowly 960 kb Table on Ten iPhone image is prescribed a course of steroids? When you ask to some of the best printers in New York City to unfurl rolls of archival Hahnemühle 310 gsm William Turner fine art rag and ink up their engines?  When you struggle out of a Volkswagen Golf in Delhi Main Street – a woman wrestling wallpaper – and challenge Rachel Polens to tame your beasts into frames?  This is what happens.

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Spanking new in the Table on Ten dining room, above the bed in the second floor room, and as close to four feet by four feet as we could go. It’s artwork as real estate. We had a fourth one slated for the attic room, but amongst the kaleidoscope of garrety triangles there wasn’t actually wall-space enough to accommodate it.  Each original image is steeped in our storyline, crystallized into a Delaware County moment then exploded: quiet hymns sung with feeling. They are grazing on the walls like gentle mammoths and are also for sale.  These are the first five, in limited editions of 6.

'Katrin's Chicken' - archival Hanhnemühle 310 gsm, framed. $1200
‘Katrin’s Chicken’ – archival Hanhnemühle 310 gsm, framed. $1200
'Storm' - archival Hahnemühle 310 gsm, framed. $1200
‘Storm’ – archival Hahnemühle 310 gsm, framed. $1200
'Yellow Tarp' - archival Hahnemühle 310 gsm, framed. $1200
‘Yellow Tarp’ – archival Hahnemühle 310 gsm, framed. $1200
'Bloomville Heifer' - archival Hahnemühle 310 gsm, framed. $1200
‘Bloomville Heifer’ – archival Hahnemühle 310 gsm, framed. $1200
'Bramley Mountain Morning' - archival Hahnemühle 310 gsm, framed. $1200
‘Bramley Mountain Morning’ – archival Hahnemühle 310 gsm, framed. $1200