Direct full frontal nudity is so common on the web and in art that it has become cliche´and easy to dismiss as crude, titillating or exploitive. This is one reason I utilize obscuring or distorted reflective surfaces in depicting the nude. Continue reading
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It’s been a long while since I have posted, and needless to say there have been some changes in my art and life. But change can be a good thing. Continue reading »
Sometimes it seems like an image is a messenger, trying to convey something deeper from a place beyond consciousness. Continue reading »
I finally gave in and got an Instagram account (@anisotropicimages). But before you roll your eyes, hear me out. It’s actually been a great tool for developing my artistic vision. Continue reading »
So, this will be a little bit of a change from my usual figure based work. Consistency and depth are great, but a little variety never hurts! Continue reading »
It’s that time of year when photography websites and magazines start publishing “gift lists” of stuff that will supposedly improve your photography. This is kinda like that, but not. If you REALLY want to improve, read the rest below.
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It had been a long day, one neither of them wanted to end. Light had faded to night hours ago and dawn threatened to come all to soon and with the dawn, she had to leave. They had savored every moment, trying to hold something of each other- some sight, some smell, some taste-that would last beyond their parting. In the darkness they promised each other they would stay in touch, but both knew things would never be the same. They would never be the same person who laid there that evening. Not even when the dawn came. Continue reading »
I’ve been exploring the use of color in the metal mirror art nudes.
Sometimes subtle. Sometimes brash. Color has been bringing something new to the work.
How do you know when a project has ended?
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