Ghost TrainJ.T. Liss
About This Work of Art
Image is a combination of Webster Ave in the Bronx and the 5 train from the Fordham Stop. It was a combination of two moments in the same day. Ghost train has no other meaning other than the possibilities one can create when they are truly present with their work.
To learn more about J.T. follow him on instagram @jtlissphotoart to stay tuned for our upcoming interview.
LIMITED EDITION PRINTS WITH CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY
18x24 Fine Art Paper Print: 1 of 50 printed.
12x16, 20x30 Canvas: 1 of 50 printed at each size.
Every Sale Plants a Tree and Commissions The Artist
Eco Friendly/Archival HP Latex Inkjet Printing Technology
- Fine Art Stretched & Ready to Hang Canvas
- Gallery/Museum Grade (80/20 Polyester Cotton Canvas Blend)
- Handmade with Care from Miami, FL USA
Fine Art Paper
- Printed on 13x19 MOAB lasal Exhibition Luster 300 Sheets
- Acid Free 300gsm / 11mil Alpha Cellulose Paper
- Framed in 18x24 Acid Free Paper Mat with Backing & Clear Sheet
About J.T. Liss
"The moment when you feel like quitting is the moment something miraculous will happen. It’s the universe’s way of challenging you to push through the next wall to reach the next level. Keep going. See what’s on the other side of that wall."
J.T. Liss is an internationally represented photographic artist whose uniquely layered compositions and striking photography challenge commentary of our current social constructs and tell stories of the human experience. Combined with his poetry to further accentuate his truth, the viewer is able to experience multiple complexities of creativity to question their own realities. For J.T. believes that if a new thought enters the mind, even for the briefest of moments, then change has a chance.
His work has been featured in exhibits throughout the U.S. and internationally with several solo & small group exhibits in Barcelona, Spain & Saint Petersburg, Russia. J.T. is also a featured artist with The First City Project & Harlem Arts Festival. He has commissioned artwork at The Cecil, Harlem Public, The Honeywell, Bleu Magazine, While multiple pieces are on permanent display at his studio in East Harlem.
Equally important is J.T.’s passion for helping others. Being in the social work and education fields for the past 18 years he has connected with grassroots nonprofits throughout the United States and created Photography For Social Change where he holds events and gallery exhibits to raise awareness for these organizations while also giving a portion of proceeds to raise money for their cause.