Thank you Sabrina & Megan at City Picture Frame in San Francisco!
We just put together the very first production run of Anna van der Meulen's 35mm color slide prints of Jerome in Cleveland. It is titled Triptych from the "3304 St. Clair Series." Anna and I collaborated together in designing the layout. We had the images printed up on aluminum and float-mounted them in a white shadowbox with UV-protection glass. It is stunning! This piece will be the first in a series of fifty, and it will be in the San Francisco Cinematheque Art Auction (Online Bidding: Jerome Caja Triptych) presented by Paddle8. Fifty percent of the proceeds from the sale of this piece will support The Jerome Project, and the purchaser of this piece will get a special thank-you credit in the documentary film on Jerome Caja. When the online auction ends at 3:00 pm on September 25th, it transfers to a silent auction held at the Center For New Music on September 26th at 7:00 pm.
I also want to give a big shout out to City Picture Frame. They were wonderful to work with, especially because I was under a tight two-week deadline to deliver this piece in time for the auction. Sabrina's design suggestions were spot on, and her co-worker, Megan also helped with all the last minute wrap-ups. This is the first time I have ever produced a professional production run of Jerome photographs and City Picture Frame is now going to be my go-to framing house.
Thank you City Picture Frame!
Website: City Picture Frame
Website: Paddle8 Auction for the SF Cinematheque
Auction Artwork: Triptych from the "3304 St. Clair Series"
by Anthony Cianciolo