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Essential
Digital photography, self-portrait, 2012 I have a fondness for long exposures that express more than just movement. This is part of a series I have been working with for decades. It wasn’t until trying to figure out what to write for this show that I realized how much I love the interplay between spirit and matter (energy and matter) and the expression of essence that is possible once the boundaries of physical form have been allowed to shift. This has to do with making the invisible...
Through a Glass, Darkly
Digital photography, 2012 This is one of the glass walls at the beach. I have photographed it many times before. I love the distortion and the bending of light and image. This time I went with another sort of sketchy process that I intended to play upon the painterly qualities of the dirt, scratches, imperfections, and warping abstraction the glass provides.
Nesting
This is not a typical image for me. I took it during one of Tim Waite’s photo walks last November and was just shooting anything I found along the path. These leaves were in a planter on Main Street. They had begun to dry out and decay while still having life in some of them. I liked the spots and curls and the delicacy of the edges as they dried. At the end of the 3 hour walk, this series was my favorite of the many images I took and I played with different types of processing until...
The Pianists Daughter
These images were created specifically for a particular show and relate to a body of work begun in my college art school days. I began with the theme of the bride, a reference to one of my earliest meaningful photographs taken of my mother during the time when my father was suffering from a degenerative disease that essentially rendered my mother a widow while still married. Love and loss and the risks thereof became a psychological theme in my art and the resonance of these explorations...
World Wall
Peeling paint on the wall of the Santa Catalina Monastery in Peru. I just needed some abstract texture...
Calla Lily
Just more little illustrations for my writing.
Peru from out the window of a very rickety bus
Just another sketch. It was a blurry image anyway so I went with that in the processing.
Giant Lily Pads on the Amazon River
Another moody sketch to go with some web writing. There is a great story behind this image. I was in a dugout canoe with a young local guide, very far from the world.
Sunset Rorschach Meditation
More quick little photo sketches for the web.
Sunset Over Lake Titicaca
This is just a quick mood "sketch" that I needed for the web. Not something I usually do...
Escape
This is a series of quick "sketches" for my blog. They aren't really finished except for web jpgs. I will write more about them later...
Twisted
What goes around, comes around
So here we are... Creatives, to be sure. Now what is up with one post, one image, no interest in others, no profile photo? This is a really well-designed site that could be amazing if we actually utilized it for more than just posting our names and websites...
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  • Still, I have a blog here :) I try to write steadily despite I lead a strenuous life...

  • I agree fully with you lal. I love getting on here and posting content and ect. but i find myself sometimes feeling like butter spread over too much bread.

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Nomad
I made this for the women and girls trying to hide and yet be seen--trying to be themselves without risking danger.
Emergence
Sometimes a guy just has to wear gold lamé shorts in the backyard and sometimes you just have to blur them.
Dance of the Seven Veils
This is a natural petroglyph from an old decaying war fort. I wandered around and used the walls as a rorschach of sorts. I saw this woman of fertility and exotic dance and knew she would be a favorite of mine thought she does seem to disturb others.
Ghost Graffiti
Graffiti and decay at an old fort. I like the combination of the man-made art and the art of erosion.
Flame Retardant
I got a napkin too close to the candle at a restaurant. I was embarrassed, took the napkin home and promptly put it on my head. I like to think there is an homage to Andrew Wyeth in here somewhere.
The Alchemist Bride
These images were created specifically for a particular show and relate to a body of work begun in my college art school days. I began with the theme of the bride, a reference to one of my earliest meaningful photographs taken of my mother during the time when my father was suffering from a degenerative disease that essentially rendered my mother a widow while still married. Love and loss and the risks thereof became a psychological theme in my art and the resonance of these explorations...
The Unspoken
These images were created specifically for a particular show and relate to a body of work begun in my college art school days. I began with the theme of the bride, a reference to one of my earliest meaningful photographs taken of my mother during the time when my father was suffering from a degenerative disease that essentially rendered my mother a widow while still married.loss Love and loss and the risks thereof became a psychological theme in my art and the resonance of these explorations...
The Edge
These images were created specifically for a particular show and relate to a body of work begun in my college art school days. I began with the theme of the bride, a reference to one of my earliest meaningful photographs taken of my mother during the time when my father was suffering from a degenerative disease that essentially rendered my mother a widow while still married. Love and loss and the risks thereof became a psychological theme in my art and the resonance of these explorations...
Vintage
Digital processing of 4x5 negative, 2012 This photo is an in-camera double exposure shot with a large format film camera. I never worked the negative in the darkroom because the complexities of exposure made it very difficult to print but I was always fascinated by the image. I decided to experiment with the possibilities of translating some of my 4x5 negatives into the digital world and started with this. The car is my old 1963 Chevy Impala and the woman was a house guest. I encouraged...
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