Passing, New York Subway, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn is an 8 1/2 X 11 giclee print on Epson Archival Paper. All prints are finished and shipped in photographer Deborah Julian’s workshop and signed on the lower white border beneath the image or on the reverse.
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About this print…
Passing, New York Subway, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn is my best-selling print. I was lucky, catching it one day on a field trip to Brighton Beach, the hometown of both Neil Simon and Neil Diamond. Brooklyn Roads was Diamond’s song about growing up there.
This beautifully dressed woman waited on an elevated platform along the F Train Line, accenting a gritty field of blue, as a train entered the station.
When I had my first solo exhibit at RIVAA’s Octagon Gallery in New York, Passing was the background for our promotional posters. One day, a woman called, and she wanted the poster itself. I didn’t even know what to charge, but I quoted higher than anything I’d gotten for any of my pictures before.
It was a really large print.
She said, “Yes,” so fast, I knew I hadn’t priced it high enough.