COVID-19 Masked-man

This self-portrait is pretty much how I will look when I go out now during these COVID-19 pandemic days here in America. The mask is a cloth, non-medical material, which was made at home, meant to ensure if I were positive to protect others as well as some protection for myself when I have to... Continue Reading →

Anxiety – Confronting COVID-19

This is my third self-affirming mini-posters for this COVID-19 pandemic, Anxiety, Confronting COVID-19, having published Wonder and Awareness, Restoration in Progress at the end of last month. Allows me to personally vent about my morning anxiety, take advantage of some previous expired 120 film photographs and provides something else to work on during the day.... Continue Reading →

Wonder

This is my second in a series of self-affirming posters that I have developed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Similar to my first word+photo diptych Awareness, this photograph was created using expired 120 film, and was made during the development of my Gardening For Ordnance project in 2018. I am spending probably a little much... Continue Reading →

Light and Space Movement

Yesterday I discussed my Zombie Photography process, which lends itself to my process-based abstractions, while I see this is just one step in the making of my final artwork. The real goal is to develop a lumenescent print that emphasize how the colors, shapes and forms change as the viewer's perception of the artwork shifts.... Continue Reading →

Awareness – Restoration in Progress

Yesterday after posting the singular image for the urban landscape in which the Restoration in progress sign was posted, I kept mulling over how I might want to use it. So serendipity strikes again; this morning while watching Good Morning America with my cup of coffee, one of the segments was about how to survive the... Continue Reading →

Habitat Restoration In Progress

With the recent COVID-19 events, a San Diego gallery, A Photographers Eye, has announced a juried on-line exhibition, Living and Photographing in the Time of COVID-19, which has caught my interest as something immediate to work on. The submission is limited to 5 images, but in parallel, nothing to keep me from developing more images... Continue Reading →

Gardening For Ordnance – Solo exhibition

I am very excited to announce that after a gestation period of about 10 years, my project Gardening For Ordnance is a featured solo exhibition by Fabrik Projects (Los Angeles), a virtual & exclusive exhibition available for a short time on Artsy.net! Gardening for Ordnance examines how a distant war that occurred 70 years ago can... Continue Reading →

One hand clapping

So if I am in an exhibition that just after it's hung, the city of L.A. and State of CA shut all of the galleries down due to COVID-19, so that nobody attends or visits, does that "exhibition" get included in my CV? Did that exhibition then really happen? My current situation of one hand... Continue Reading →

March 20 – 2020 Photo #5

So back to a black & white photograph for this urban landscape, #5 in a short "COVID-19 what to do with myself so I don't have huge anxiety" series. Or something like that. I had pre-visualized this spot along my walk in both color as well as black & white, and at this moment during... Continue Reading →

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