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Vegas Murmur 10
Vegas Murmur 10
Vegas Murmur 10
Non glare plexi glass
Vegas Murmur 10
Vegas Murmur 10
Vegas Murmur 10
Non glare plexi glass
Vegas Murmur 10
by Tiffany Walling McGarity & John McGarity


"This new series, The Murmuration of the Vegas Lights happened organically. John and I were in Vegas for a commercial shoot and after a long shoot day, we came back to our hotel room to relax. We started shooting the landscape out of our glass enclosed hotel room and showed each other what we found interesting. John took a shot with a slow shutter speed and some body movement in it and because of the flicker rate produced by fluorescent lights in Vegas we quickly realized what a unique situation this was and continued to experiment."

- Tiffany Walling McGarity, 2019

 Edition of 20.

Each print is an archival HD C-Print on photographic paper. HD C-prints are created at 6,100 dpi (twice the resolution of standard C-prints).  Printed locally in NYC by a highest quality printer.

Option for Metallic or Glossy print.

Option to order the print alone or with a non glare 1/8″ Floating Gallery Plexi Museum Mount (which is the Artist's Recommendation for an archival seamless presentation of the artwork that requires no framing). Face mounted and beautifully finished with flamed polished edges and backed by archival acid free museum board and a 3/4″ wood brace.

When placing an order, please email us your preference for Metallic or Glossy. Please email us for custom inquiries at:

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Ian Trask
About Ian Trask
Ian’s visual art has been displayed in the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Recession Art, the Wassaic Project, Bertrand Delacroix Gallery, Bushwick Open Studios and DUMBO Arts Festival to name a few. In 2007 he took a temporary job as a hospital groundskeeper; a job which helped define his approach to artwork and the creative process. He sees the artistic potential of waste, making us consider the mark that we inevitably leave behind. He currently works at the Invisible Dog Studios in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn.
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