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DFA 117, GalatÈe
Scanner Photograph of Cleared and Stained Multi-limbed Pacific Tree frog from Aptos, California in Scientific Collaboration with Dr. Stanley K. Sessions. Title in collaboration with the poet KuyDelair.
H 46.5 inches x W 34.5 inches
118 cm by 88 cm
Unique Digital Chromogenic print on watercolor paper 
2001/07
Courtesy Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York
DFB 31, Arcás
Scanner Photograph of Cleared and Stained Multi-limbed Pacific Tree
frog from Aptos, California in Scientific Collaboration with Dr.
Stanley K. Sessions. Title in collaboration with the poet
KuyDelair.
H 46 inches x W 34 inches
117 cm by 86 cm
Unique IRIS print on watercolor paper
2008
Courtesy Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York
DFBB 1, Khaos
Scanner Photograph of Cleared and Stained Missing limb Common toad from, Yorkshire, England in Scientific Collaboration with 
Richard Sunter. Title in collaboration with the poet
KuyDelair.
H 46 inches x W 34 inches
117 cm by 86 cm
Unique IRIS print on watercolor paper
2009/2010
Courtesy Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York
ìVertical Fall in the Winter call that dances in the spring nocturnalÖî 
From the series ìA Season in Hell Series; Deadly Born Cryî 
 by Brandon BallengÈe with versified titles forming a poem by KuyDelair
In scientific collaboration with Stanley K. Sessions
2010/12, Unique digital Chromogenic prints 
163 cm by 142 cm/ 64 inches by 56 inches
Courtesy Ronald Feldman Fine Art, New York
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