Tag Archives: digital art

Serious Playground: A Time-Release Capsule of Art in the Studio

Actually, this is a capsule released from time, a chronicle of my own invention, tapping into the ridiculously potent tools of digital media. The photographs span roughly five years, showing artwork that meanders through decades. With one exception, they were … Continue reading

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Night Moves

Do you love taking photos at night without using a flash? If you do, good, because that means you’ll understand my attraction to these deeply shadowy, obscure, and ambiguous images. There seems to be very little information, data, whatever you … Continue reading

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Radiant Twigs

And other ephemera range through my life, you far-reaching creatures, you ravishing individuals, and all-ways shifting beauties. Snagged on the crag, when least expected. “Hosting with a full toolbox … the one who has the most tools wins.” Textures, shapes, … Continue reading

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Sea of Joy

The next post is going to be intense. It’s the opening round of the thesis conclusion, from the razor’s edge to the power of the circle. It usually takes about a week to work on the text and create new … Continue reading

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One Love

It started with a snapshot of deep-orange-red lilies. Flipping to the negative really set it off. Simultaneously, I have been breaking on the waves of inventory. Part one: Born in the ’50s and now in mine. I want, not merely … Continue reading

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