[singlepic id=887 w=260 h=250 float=left]Now and Then-Some
Over the past two weeks I’ve added new photography reflections to the site. The reflections allow me to express a spiritual and mystical philosophy further by creating entities and situations out of the abstract nature photographs. The reflection art represents a pivotal deviation from abstract nature photography. The exploration on foot with a camera allows me to find more nature patterns or “organic paint” for my palette, without it; this work would not exist. For me, the photography and the reflections have a dual existence which are equally enjoyed.
The abstract photo art reflections are a culmination of artistic techniques, religious/political research and a love for nature, which are all combined with my personal travel experiences. The techniques I am using to create this work combine the many different mediums I’ve explored over the years, printmaking, sculpture, photography and graphic design. Graphic design has certainly affected my art, its first influence is noticed in the last of my intaglio prints made years ago. The triptych images “Quetzalcoatl” and “Kukulkan” have a special significance to me. I have posted “Ouroboros Congress” above and “KuKulkan” below in high resolution format.
I wonder what the next evolutionary step will be like? Thanks for taking a walk with me.