Tag Archives: mirror series
I just got back from a weeklong photographic workshop with Connie Imboden up a the Maine Media Workshops. It was an amazing experience and I’ll write more about it later, but one thing in particular stuck with me. Connie repeatedly emphasized paying attention to the edges of the frame. The constrictions of the photographic form force us into a defined compositional shape, but the form can be a source of creative seeing as well. Continue reading »
My creative process is an exploratory (and often random) one. It’s through the creation of the mirrors from sheets of metal and the subsequent photography that an image- an idea- reveals itself. I find rather than plan.
The mirror tells a story of our past, who we remember ourselves to have been. Continue reading »
It has been years, maybe even decades, but I can still remember the air that night. 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?
How do I show you a memory?
We could hear the storm rolling up the valley, slowly rumbling in its ascent of our ridge line. Continue reading »
Sometimes the Experiment Works as Planned and Sometimes….
Not so much. I had a particular idea in mind, but only managed to partially realize the final image.
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