“Mount Holly” by Jack Spencer
Fellow Mississippian Jack Spencer has spent the better part of the past five decades photographing his native soil – from the Southern United States to Mexico to the American West and everywhere in between. With each collection, Jack’s lens finds new ways of looking at people, landscapes, and objects. We are proud to call Jack a dear friend.
This photograph depicts the ruins of Mount Holly, an 1855 Plantation House in the Mississippi Delta that burned to the ground in 2015.
- 36 x 48 inch archival pigment print
Signed Edition of 10
- Sold Unframed