The 3200 student Germantown High School in Philadelphia opened in 1915, and stayed open until 2013. When it closed, it had fewer than 700 students and was one of 37 schools to close at the same time. Throughout the school signs of its past use remained, from lockers and inspirational posters in the hallways, to the theatre with costumes behind the curtain. While the building has been purchased by a developer, there has been no indication as to what they plan to do with the building.
Sean Galbraith is a self-trained photographer and urban planner in Toronto. With a background in urban design, he looks for patterns, lines and forms that give structure to urban environments. Sean has exhibited in Toronto at the Art Gallery of Ontario Rental + Sales Gallery, galleryDK, Pearson International Airport, Hangman Gallery and the Department of Canadian Heritage, among others. Sean uses medium and large format film. In addition to loving the feel and deliberative process of shooting film, Sean notes that the resulting negatives all for high resolution scans that greatly exceed the capacity of current digital technologies. Sean is a founding member of the DK Photo Group and co-owner of galleryDK. He is also part of a large community of fellow architectural explorers. In 2010 Sean was selected as a winner of the Magenta Foundation’s Flash Foward international competition for Emerging Photographers.
The prints you receive are archival, photographic prints on a semi-matte paper with a longevity of 100+ years under normal light conditions.
Each print ships with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist, which serves as proof your artwork is a bonafide member of its limited edition. You should keep this in a safe place.
All prices are in American dollars (USD).
Canadian customer orders are framed in Toronto; orders from the United States are framed in Ohio. All frames come with D-rings for installation. All orders come with our free downloadable installation guide.
Upon receiving your order, we will send you an order confirmation. Your artwork(s) will be printed and framed to order. Expected lead time is 3-4 weeks. Delays due to COVID-19 are possible and depend on the shipping provider. Feel free to send us an email anytime about your order!