Santa Barbara Court House Mural Room Photograph

Brian Lockett

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Venice, Ve - Italy

Hi, I'm Monica, I like your work a lot, an invitation for you: The Venetian brand Da Mai Sin 1979 invites all the artists to send us one image of your best artwork in order to post it on facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Da-Mai-Sin-1979/412977902093791?sk=photos_albums) because we understand the importance of our location, Venice, at the moment facing the international art event " la biennale di Venezia". You are all invited to ask our friedship on facebook, more easily you can get to us through our website: www.damaisin1979.com and your friedship will be accepted. You can send us the image of your best artwork to damaisin1979@gmail.com .Your image will be not sold, nor used for commercial purpuses, it is for your visibility as an artist. We include your name, title of the image, website if you have one,thank you!

San Francisco, CA - United States

Nice work, congrats on your sale! v

Marietta, GA - United States

Very cool image!

Valencia, Va - Spain

Congratulations on your sale!

Budapest, H - Hungary

Congrats on your sale....................Odon.

Beverly Hills, CA - United States

great , congrats!!!!

Voorhees, NJ - United States

Lovely-congrats on your sale! v -Kim

Rio De Janeiro, Ri - Brazil

Great capture

Santa Barbara, CA - United States

This is the most public room in this Andalusian style courthouse, the only one in the United States. It is used for weddings, law school graduation ceremonies, and other events, yet is so well preserved that the drapes and leather seats are original to the building. The room is so infamously difficult to photograph that it causes much gnashing of teeth and rending of garments in the professional photography community. What you see here is over 180 degrees with not a tourist in sight even thought the photographer did not have exclusive use of the room (note the open door on the left). He worked around the tourists. Because of all this, I was blown away when I saw this image, and will be the first to use the greeting cards I ordered from Fineartamerica.

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