Photography wise, I'm pretty much looking exclusively for found abstraction these days. Specifically, close-up beautiful decay textures
in the form of walls, metal, glass, nature — you name it. Usually the grungier the better! The B&W
subjects generally lean minimalist while the Color Work
slants towards abstraction too, but with a dose of graphic and Pop. The bonus-bingo is all the photography work helps drives potential painting directions.
The Grid Series
photomontages are one-off art constructions
consisting of fifty-four 3" squares hand-cut from three separate Inkjet prints (archival Epson Hot Press paper). Of late I've been producing larger pieces utilizing 72 squares.
My photography archive
is an ongoing collection of frontline portfolios (e.g. landscape, architecture, people, etc), specialized albums and an eclectic mix of travelogues that include both recent and past work.
Fine Art Archival pigment ink prints are for sale, upon request by email. Each photograph is printed on Epson Hot Press Bright fine art paper via Epson's archival pigment inks. Size is standardized at: 17" x 22" (432 mm x 559 mm). Paper weight is substantial at 18 mil and 330 g/m2.