Vault VIII - Calico
This artwork is part of “The Vault Collection” - a selection of favourite images to celebrate Bodhi Del Mar's 10th Anniversary as a photographer and traveller. This image is from a roadtrip through Calico, California, USA in 2010.
Calico was the largest silver mining town in California but in 1896, when silver lost it's value, Calico also lost it's population. The miners packed up, loaded their mules and moved away abandoning the town that once gave them a good living. It became a "ghost town." Calico's ghosts slumbered on its barren desert hillside until 1951, when a man named Walter Knott decided to breath life back into the town, making it part historical and part amusement park. And so now reads the sign along it's main street, “"Nothing to frighten children or adults. It is simply amazing, amusing, and confusing."
Available in the following Limited Editions:
MEDIUM 30in x 18.5* (76.2 x 46.9cm) LE of 25 + 1AP
SMALL 20in x 12.3* (50.8 x 31.3cm) LE of 100 + 1AP
* + 1.9in / 5cm black or white border on each side (your choice)
5% of the sale from this artwork is donated to a local registered charity from where the original photograph was taken.
All Limited Edition giclée prints are produced on the Gold Coast at one of Australia's leading print labs, using only the highest quality museum grade inks and cotton rag paper. Each artwork is printed on demand to avoid waste and thoroughly checked, signed and numbered by Bodhi. Every print is also accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
All Limited Edition prints packaged and rolled in heavy duty cardboard tubes. Framing is not available at this time, however please feel free to get in touch should you need any recommendations or assistance.