Category Archives: Nude
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It’s been awhile, but I have not been idle. I have been storing up energy for a blast of creation.
I find than my artistic vision is evolving, especially as I create and view more art. I was going through some older work and I found some things that had initially not made the cut for my portfolio, but that I now see in a new way. More after the jump:
The subtitle to this post should be “why I never delete images”. I was browsing through my catalog of past work when I came upon this image. More after the jump.
The general theory of relativity visualizes space and time as a four dimensional surface. All of our existence- our past, present and future- plays out simultaneously on this surface. My art is an attempt to visualize that existence in spacetime. Images after the jump.
Portraits made in Metal Sheeting
This has been a little side project of mine. Someone in the portfolio walk portion of the New England Portfolio Review had suggested making portraits using the metal mirrors. I was skeptical of the idea at first, but the results have been… interesting.
Sometimes a small change yields new and unexpected results! In this case, it was a change in perspective and angle. The result was definitely interesting!
Mirage 38: Experiments with Texture (mildly NSFW)
I’m finally breaking my posting hiatus! The last few months have been pretty intense at work, and while I’ve managed to make some time to create art, I couldn’t also post about it. Lately I’ve been experimenting with texture in the metal mirrors, adding in scratches and flexing the metal to create additional refractive surfaces. More after the jump.
A change in perspective
Most of my work is about changing perspective and finding a new way to see and photograph the art nude. In this set, the change was pretty simple. More after the jump.
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