Glen Scheffer

Orders of Architecture

Orders of Architecture
Toned Gelatin Silver Photograph, 20 x 16, $900 Unframed

Records 1

Records 1
Toned Gelatin Silver Photograph, 20 x 16, $900 Unframed

Record Scape

Record Scape
Toned Gelatin Silver Photograph, 16 x 20, $900 Unframed

Record Scape 2

Record Scape 2
Toned Gelatin Silver Photograph, 20 x 16, $900 Unframed

Sound in The Round

Sound in The Round
Toned Gelatin Silver Photograph, 16 x 20, $900 Unframed

Stacked Records 4

Stacked Records 4
Toned Gelatin Silver Photograph, 20 x 16, $900 Unframed

Stacked Records 6

Stacked Records 6
Toned Gelatin Silver Photograph, 16 x 20, $900 Unframed

Stacked Records 8

Stacked Records 8
Toned Gelatin Silver Photograph, 20 x 16, $900 Unframed

Stacked Records 9

Stacked Records 9
Toned Gelatin Silver Photograph, 20 x 16, $900 Unframed

Carousel Music

Carousel Music
Toned Gelatin Silver Photograph, 16 x 20, $1200 Unframed

The Eisenhower Story

The Eisenhower Story
Toned Gelatin Silver Photograph, 16 x 20, $900 Unframed

Stacked Records 3

Stacked Records 3
Toned Gelatin Silver Photograph, 20 x 16, $900 Unframed

Stacked Records 5

Stacked Records 5
Toned Gelatin Silver Photograph, 16 x 20, $900 Unframed

Stereo Spectacular

Stereo Spectacular
Toned Gelatin Silver Photograph, 16 x 20, $900 Unframed

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Artist Statement

My photographs are about finding interesting qualities from subjects that have been saved, forgotten or discarded. Objects that may no longer serve their initial function but become beacons for faded memories or will find new uses through recycling. I find the history of an object fascinating, even more important than their original function. They hold keys to our past both on a personal level and to our existence as a whole. Objects move beyond their primary use continually changing to serve a new purpose. We give them the ability to become new again, to become art.