48x57 inches, crafted in a 4' brown Ramino Italian handmade frame. Print is hahnemuhle with a high color finish.
JD calls this piece 'El Patron' because in Spanish it means.. The boss. The domineering feel of this image as this old rustic train with personality looks down on you feels so strong and overpowering, it's got 'boss' written all over it. You hang this in your place and people will know that you are 'the boss.'
About the artist:
JD was born and raised in Chicago and moved to Sacramento to further his career in medicine. Photography was his way of tapping into the beauty, complexity and uniqueness of life and people. He is currently based in Sacramento California.
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