Sunday, March 25, 2012

Curated - Part Seven

Today's mini-exhibition, Overhead Projections, is from a collection of images I created in 2009. Taking things out of context and showing them in a new light, has always been an essential part of "seeing" in my art. Whether it's turning a high school football field goal post and some billowing clouds into a churning smokestack or lining up a mid-century roofline with a wayward cloud to become an exotic pyramid landscape, I get creative satisfaction in "seeing" the opportunities.
     All images are available through The Bruno David Gallery.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Recent Work - 2012.3 Part 2

The clocks have been set forward, the sun is shining, temperatures are rising and the Midwest is coming out of its winter shell. Although this evergreen didn't make it, it provided the inspiration for a serene, panoramic image.

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Curated - Part Six

I've reassembled some of my images into a new mini-exhibition titled Midwest Cliché.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

In the News - B & W Magazine

Black & White magazine (now called B & W + Color) refers to themselves as "the ultimate resource for connoisseurs and collectors of black and white fine-art photography". I am proud to say that two of my photos have been exhibited on their web site.
     Spiral Aloe, 2006, is the first serious photo I've ever taken and Resurrection, 2007, ranks a close second.
     While I'm always looking forward and shooting new work, it's nice to step back and see that someone else appreciates the vision I've worked hard to nurture.