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Digital art on brushed aluminum


Size: 24 x 30 in.


Locked In contrasts a peering crane locked in on his prey below in the Tennessee River to the closed symmetrical gates of the Fort Loudoun Lock in the background. 


The artwork contrasts wildlife with the leading lines and circular elements of a massive structure spanning over 4,000 ft (1,200 m) across the Tennessee River. This compilation of 5 photographs includes 1. the dam control apparatus serving as a comfortable perch for the hungry crane, 2. lock gates, 3. the massive lock gear mechanism, 4. churning water as the lock discharges, and 5. the lock name. All photographs are from within the security perimeter of the dam and lock compound.


Other sizes available: 30 x 45 in aluminum,  48 x 60, and 60 x 90 (unframed) in canvas

Locked In

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    •  Keep out of direct sunlight.
    • Avoid high temperatures.
    • Clean gently with a soft dry cloth, do not use water or any liquid on giclees or fine art paper. A very small amount of water is OK on canvas.
    • Aluminum prints, made for outdoors, may get wet. However, the print must stay in indirect sunlight most of the day; all-day sunlight will eventually be harmful and will cause fading.
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