The Uniqueness of Waves XVII

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Tal Paz-Fridman

Dusk at Tel Baruch beach, Tel Aviv, Israel.

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Artist Tal Paz-Fridman
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Fine Art Print - Enchanced Matte Art

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Wooden Prints

Our wooden prints are printed on the highest quality Finnish Birch Plywood from sustainable sources. All wooden prints comes with built in hanging system.

Notice that color tones of the final print can differ from the pictures show at the website and the pattern of the wood varies between every print. Every print we produce is one of its kind due to the ever-changing patterns in the wood. Wood glows beautifully through, in the light areas of the picture.


Framed prints

Our framed prints combine the best quality materials with the highest levels of craftsmanship. All framed prints are delivered fully strung, ready for hanging and with premium photographic paper with a satin lustre finish.

The lustre finish provides a subtle pearl-like texture. Supporting deeper colour-saturation than matt papers, this paper produces impressive colour depth and strikingly intense blacks.

Tal Paz-Fridman is 45 years old, married, with three children (two girls and a boy) and one dog (sometimes more). He is from Israel but also a Canadian.

He was never formally trained in Photography but started at the age of 13 years, when spending time with his younger cousin at their grandmother’s house in the Kibbutz. From there it became a hobby, a profession, forgotten hobby and now somewhat of a part-time profession \ full-time obsession.

Tal specializes in Creative-Documentary photography. To paraphrase the description of the great American photographer, Sam Abell, Tal’s style of photography is documentary in the sense that he records the world, however, it has transcendent qualities, starting at the documentary yet open to interpretation on an aesthetic level.

Tal is inspired by the natural world and especially by the seas and oceans.