Calabi Gallery

Featuring an Eclectic Array of Primarily 20th Century Artwork

James Ford Grant

   HARRY’S PRIMARIES JIU JIN SHAN Grant, SIS BOOM BA  Grant, CAEDMON Grant, CARTOUCHE Grant, DEEP BLUES Grant, PEPPER a Grant, Agricolita Grant, Earl Grey Grant, Cloud Box Grant, Chai Grant, Square Turn Grant, Sprite Grant, Rub al Kali 8a Grant, Happy Hour - Var 1 Grant, Cordoba - 1 Grant, Agua Azul 8a Grant, Race Track Photo Grant, BARCELONA Grant, Sagrada photo 1 Grant, Sagrada photo 3 Grant, Sagrada photo 2 Grant, Sagrada photo 4 Grant, Sagrada photo 5 Grant, Sagrada photo 6

RANCH COLLAGE by James Ford Grant, 2020, Collage, 27 x 13

SURF/SHINGLE by James Ford Grant, 2020, Collage, 30 x 11

UNTITLED by James Ford Grant, 2020, Collage, 13 x 48

DEER > DOVE by James Ford Grant, 2019, Collage, 13 x 48

FINCH by James Ford Grant, 2016, Photos & mixed materials, 21 x 22 x 2

RED BARN by James Ford Grant, 2017, Photos & mixed materials, 16 x 25-1/2 x 1-1/2

FLICKER by James Ford Grant, 2017, Photos & mixed materials, 27 x 32 x 2

Bloomfield Farm by James Ford Grant, 2017, Photo collage, 13 x 76

Far Farallons by James Ford Grant, Photo collage, 13 x ~40

Birds & Cranes by James Ford Grant, 2018, Photo collage, 13 x ~57

Saint Repairs by James Ford Grant, 2019, Photo collage, 13 x 40

PARK by James Ford Grant, 2019, Photo collage, 13 x 70

BLUE LIGHTS by James Ford Grant, 2019, Photo collage, 13 x 49

CHAPEL LIGHTS by James Ford Grant, 2019, Photo collage, 13 x 77

HARRY’S PRIMARIESHARRY’S PRIMARIES by James Ford Grant, 1978, Acrylic & Gold Leaf on Canvas, 30×90

JIU JIN SHANJIU JIN SHAN by James Ford Grant, 1984-2006, Acrylic & Mixed Materials on Canvas, 44×92

Grant, SIS BOOM BASIS BOOM BA by James Ford Grant, Acrylic on Canvas, 60×90

2 VIEWS by James Ford Grant, 1977, Acrylic on Canvas, 30×38-1/2

Grant, CARTOUCHE

CARTOUCHE by James Ford Grant, 2013, Acrylic & Mineral Pigments on Panel, 79×30

Grant, DEEP BLUES

DEEP BLUES by James Ford Grant, 2013, Acrylic on Panel with Mixed Media Materials, 82×32

Grant, CAEDMON

CAEDMON by James Ford Grant, 2014, Acrylic on Canvas with Mixed Materials, 83x33x9

Grant, PEPPER a Grant, PEPPER bPEPPER by James Ford Grant, 2012, Mixed Media Sculpture, 14-1/2×15/8 – SOLD

Grant, AgricolitaAGRICOLITA by James Ford Grant, 1996-97, Galvanized Steel

Grant, Earl GreyEARL GREY by James Ford Grant, 1985-96, Galvanized Steel

Grant, Cloud Box

CLOUD BOX by James Ford Grant, 2007, Galvanized Steel, 32x24x3

Grant, ChaiCHAI by James Ford Grant, 1985, Galvanized Steel

Grant, Square Turn

SQUARE TURN by James Ford Grant, 1996-2001, Galvanized Steel

Grant, Sprite

SPRITE by James Ford Grant, 2007, Painted Welded Steel

Grant, Rub al Kali 8aRUB-AL-KALI 8a by James Ford Grant, 2004, Monoprint, 13×19

Grant, Happy Hour - Var 1HAPPY HOUR – Var. 1 by James Ford Grant, 2007, Monoprint, 13×19

Grant, Cordoba - 1

CORDOBA – 1 by James Ford Grant, 2009, Monoprint, 19×13

Grant, Agua Azul 8aAGUA AZUL w/c by James Ford Grant, 2002, Monoprint, 13×19

Grant, Race Track PhotoTHE RACETRACK by James Ford Grant, 1962, Photograph printed in 2010

Grant, BARCELONA

VIEW OF BARCELONA, 2006, Photograph printed in 2007-08

Grant, Sagrada photo 1

The Sagrada Scaffold Suite, 2006, Photograph printed in 2007-08 / Photograph on Aluminum printed in 2016

Grant, Sagrada photo 3

The Sagrada Scaffold Suite, 2006, Photograph on Aluminum printed in 2016

Grant, Sagrada photo 2

The Sagrada Scaffold Suite, 2006, Photograph printed in 2007-08 / Photograph on Aluminum printed in 2016

Grant, Sagrada photo 4

The Sagrada Scaffold Suite, 2006, Photograph printed in 2007-08

Grant, Sagrada photo 5

The Sagrada Scaffold Suite, 2006, Photograph printed in 2007-08 / Photograph on Aluminum printed in 2016

Grant, Sagrada photo 6

The Sagrada Scaffold Suite, 2006, Photograph printed in 2007-08

Abstract Landscapes – A collection of digital prints

The inspiration for these pictures comes from a variety of sources – some known and some unknown. Among the influences that I can recognize are: certain landscapes and moods of nature, previous artworks of mine and other artists whom I admire, and of places visited in the world and only in my mind.

How they are made is, for me, of secondary importance to the images themselves, but may be of interest to the viewer. They are ‘hand made’ on a computer. That is they are not derived from photographs, but (mostly) by using graphic elements in the program Adobe Illustrator running on an Apple Macintosh. Then I print them myself on an Epson ink-jet printer. All of the prints are made with archival materials, acid-free paper printed with pigment-based inks estimated to last at least 75 years under reasonable conditions. The mats and framing are also made of acid-free archival materials.

Each print is unique. They are not individually numbered as traditional prints are, because each time I make one I make some changes and so each is a mono print by traditional description. Similar versions of all the images are available.

James Ford Grant Official Website

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