Carl Austin Hyatt

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N-61, edition 2/15

$1,175
Carl Austin Hyatt
N-61, edition 2/15
archival toned silver print, 6.25x4.5"

N-82, edition 3/15

$2,425
Carl Austin Hyatt
N-82, edition 3/15
archival toned silver print, 10x12.5"

N-47A, edition 3/15

$1,175
Carl Austin Hyatt
N-47A, edition 3/15
archival toned silver print, 4.5x6.5”

N-71, edition 2/15

$2,225
Carl Austin Hyatt
N-71, edition 2/15
archival toned silver print, 12.5x10"

N-79, edition 2/15

$2,225
Carl Austin Hyatt
N-79, edition 2/15
archival toned silver print, 12.5x9.5"

N-119, edition 3/15

$1,425
Carl Austin Hyatt
N-119, edition 3/15
archival toned silver print, 8.5x6"

Tide Pool, 3/15

$2,350
Carl Austin Hyatt
Tide Pool, 3/15
archival pigment ink on watercolor paper, 18x14"

Etched Rock Face, 1/10

$2,825
Carl Austin Hyatt
Etched Rock Face, 1/10
archival pigment ink on watercolor paper, 22.5x18”

Salmon Falls River, 6/20

$2,350
Carl Austin Hyatt
Salmon Falls River, 6/20
archival pigment ink on watercolor paper, 14x18"

Poles at Lubec, Maine, 5/15

$2,350
Carl Austin Hyatt
Poles at Lubec, Maine, 5/15
archival pigment ink on watercolor paper, 14x18"


Bio

Carl Austin Hyatt uses classical photography to explore the intersection of the human and natural worlds. Hyatt uses an 8x10 large-format view camera to make beautifully composed, vividly detailed, black and white photographs with rich tonal values. 

Hyatt's prints are in private and permanent collections including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Smithsonian Museum, the Currier Museum.

“Gesture is primal, far older than words. It is the original language of the world. The flight of a heron, the haunting rhythm of its wings, is a gesture from a primordial world we have never seen. So too is the delicate sweep of a willow in the wind. Our presence in this world makes us intimate players in this silent symphony. We were made to be exquisitely expressive - and we are. I am especially drawn to the subtle, even thoughtless movements, that reveal an improvisational authenticity unique to this moment and this body.”