Ken Kesey On Stage
Arts Festival Documentary Image
Beautifully detailed 24mm wide angle portrait made of literary giant, Ken Kesey captured on the day of the Kesey Poetical Hoo-Haw. My archival giclee print of him offers an exquisite range of cool and warm gray quadtones as well as depth to put you into this highly detailed portrait. Ken Kesey is shown launching the feastivities of his Poetical Hoo-Haw before an assembled crowd of several hundred enthusiasts who proceeded to break out into a celebratory dance.(See the print entitled Hippies Dancing. The B&W negative from which this print is made is in pristine condition with little if any deterioration. Suitable for immediate safe viewing (the print is clear sleeved on foam core board) and ready for framing.
16x20 inch archival giclee art print
Image dimensions are @11.3x17 inches
Heavyweight 270 gsm Satin paper
Signed/Dated on lower white border
Clear sleeved on foam core
Shipped flat, insured with delivery confirmation
Huff Post featured photos
See Archive from October 16, 2010 article including a slide show of 13 photos.
"The year was 1976. I was going to visit Kesey with my pal photographer Clyde Keller. Clyde was unique... Keller created what Kesey liked best: art made magic. I never met anybody who could compress creativity into such a vital, efficient package. Clyde’s camera was a silent machine gun, he shot photos like movie directors shot film and we were soon to be off to record “Kesey World” for posterity." Text by Mark Christensen, author of "Acid Christ".
Ken Kesey On Stage Copyright © 1976 Clyde Keller
counter installed on Dec. 29, 2012