“Life Is No Cabaret” :: John Trainor Limited Edition Fine Art Print
by John Trainor
"Life Is No Cabaret", photographed in-studio by Montrose, Colorado, photographer, John Trainor, 2017. Limited Edition Fine Art print (Custom Matted/Framed) is signed/numbered and comes in an edition of 50 prints (16.5x23.5”) printed on Satin Paper. Each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA) signed/numbered by Trainor.
The Custom Framed piece listed includes a 2” - 4 ply off white mat with a penline and is housed in a 21x28” Larson Juhl black cube frame. If this piece has to be shipped, the Reflection control glass will be replaced with framing grade acrylic. This image can also be ordered as a Custom Framed Canvas Gallery Wrap, image size 20x30”, for the same price.
If you’re interested in purchasing the print, unframed or with a different frame, please contact gallery owner, Ken Vail, at email@example.com with your specific requests.
All Fine Art print prices include applicable sales tax, shipping, and insurance. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. Model, Theresa Manchester. Copyright John Trainor Photography © 2017. All rights reserved.
NOTE: Online purchase prices listed are for PRINTS ONLY! Please email the Gallery for MAT ONLY or FRAMED Limited Edition Fine Art prints and print price and shipping cost will be adjusted accordingly.
John Trainor's first nude photograph was of Venus De Milo taken at the Louvre in Paris in 1970. Since that time, John has found that working with women who aren’t 2,000 years old and made of stone is more challenging, but much more satisfying. He believes that the beauty of the female form is timeless, and that his ability to present that beauty with taste and respect is his vocation. John states, "There is more than enough porn out there - I’m interested in art - and presenting women the way the masters of the renaissance did." Even with today's technology, capturing an image that continues that story is an elusive undertaking. For every 1,000 shots he takes, it is rare to get more than one that is gallery quality. Though the rapidly changing world landscape has made finding models more difficult, John is a "true believer" that many people still appreciate beauty and continues to work with women that realize how unique, yet timeless, their bodies are.