Global Warning

.embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; } .embed-container iframe, .embed-container object, .embed-container embed { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; } . Global Warning   Catalog coming soon.   Explore the series here. .. Global Warning   I keep having these dreams.   I’ve had them my whole life - over and over and over again.   The skies are filled with smoke and ash.   The land is covered in soot.   The water’s run with poisons.   Fires rage uncontrollably.   Great storms sweep across the lands bringing gale force winds, lightning, and floods.   The seas rise.   The ice crumbles and retreats.   And then there are long long droughts.   The deserts spread.   These nightmares keep waking me up.   I guess that’s what they’re for.   More and more I wake up and I wonder if I’m still dreaming.   I...

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11 OF My Top Images Of 2020

Antarctica CCCXXVI Antarctica CCCXIII Antarctica CCCVIII Antarctica CCCIII Antarctica CCCV Land In Land Alignment Reconnaissance LIX Reconnaissance LXVI Reconnaissance LXXI Reconnaissance CV Reconnaissance CXXI   This is a preliminary selection of my best images from 2020. Why preliminary?  Because there's a new series I produced in 2020 that I'm about to release. Stay tuned! View my best images from other years here.  ...

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Studies

  https://youtu.be/9bxErr8Hvxs . Studies   Request the catalog here. Explore the series here. .. Studies Making images is a form of knowing. And, every media used to make images with is a different way of coming to that understanding. Because they each offer unique experiences and perspectives, I work in many media simultaneously, comparing and contrasting them to get a fuller picture of what’s really there and what more is going on. In the end, I make many studies before distilling them into the new works they bring to completion. I think of them as necessary pieces of a puzzle to find a bigger picture or waypoints of discovery to find a journey’s end.   Painters’ and sculptors’ studies are often shared, on some occasions side-by-side with final works in both...

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13 Of My Favorite Studies

Color Gradients I’m always mindful of how color changes over time.   Making images is a form of knowing. And, every media used to make images with is a different way of coming to that understanding. Because they each offer unique experiences and perspectives, I work in many media simultaneously, comparing and contrasting them to get a fuller picture of what’s really there and what more is going on. In the end, I make many studies before distilling them into the new works they bring to completion. I think of them as necessary pieces of a puzzle to find a bigger picture or waypoints of discovery to find a journey’s end. . Here are a few of the things I do. . . Color Grids I abstract my images...

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8 Kinds Of Studies Influential In The Making Of Antarctica Dreaming

Drawing Landscape Color   Click the links below each image to see other studies of that kind.   I make many kinds of Studies to explore aspects of my finished Works more deeply. These Studies helped me develop my series My Antarctica Dreaming.   Drawing Landscape Black & White   Simply drawing compositions helps me find and remember ideas as well as contrast many variations of the same idea. Though my work is not strictly narrative making storyboards helps me see possibilities for sequences of images.   Painting Color Analysis   I often break down my images into blocks of color to reveal the essential palettes within them.   Painting Color Gradient   I make many variations of simple color fields to discover how many ways color can change over time and in different atmospheric conditions.   Painting Color...

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Art Of Discovery

  Photography offers us new ways of seeing – and being.   Photography is an invitation to look, to look more deeply, and to look in new ways. I feel as if a magic trick has been performed every time I see a photograph that shows me more than I saw. Resonance in Blue & Gold is one of those photographs. I saw the rain on the water, but the patterns were too fast and complex for me to take in all at once. The photograph holds them still so I can spend more time with them. With each viewing my awareness grows. We are told that the camera sees the way we see and while there are many similarities, the camera also sees...

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