Quantum Elements – Time-Refractory Abstractions

I think that I have known this for some time; I seem to work a little bit better when working on a dead line, especially when the due date is rapidly approaching. Case in point, an open call for submissions for 'Abstract Photography', with a deadline of Oct 4th. Thus the my new COVID-19 series... Continue Reading →

Diary; August 6th 2020 – Abstract art

During this pandemic I started a series that is pretty much based on creating abstract images. Which is actually not that new for me. When I made a transition from photography to painting in the mid-1980's and to gain some understanding of the various mediums, my artwork was pretty representational. When you looked at my... Continue Reading →

Diary; July 31st 2020 – Infection storm

Yesterday, I felt like crap. Which is how one usually feels when they are beset with a bacterial infection, especially in the earlier stages and the meds have not fully taken effect (e.g. some bacteria is still creating some internal havoc). About all that I could accomplish yesterday was to look for an image that... Continue Reading →

Diary; July 20th 2020 – COVID-19 portrait

Warning: science-geek alert! Over the last few days I have been looking at my metaphoric 'portrait' of the COVID-19 portrait I had posted earlier. Hmmmm, the resulting photograph just did not seem 'evil' enough, even if we know something like a virus or a bacteria is not necessary 'evil', but these little buggers can wreck... Continue Reading →

Dye sublimation on clear base aluminum

My experimentation/play series of organic abstraction during the COVID-19 pandemic has also included some printing evaluations using dye sublimation printing process on clear base aluminum. I have been working with three west-coast California print labs on this printing project and they all have a slight variation on what to call this process and medium such as HD Metal,... Continue Reading →

China rough edit completed

I am a bit compulsive and even when I have few other things to do, I still deferred to work on the rough edit of this body of work. Which is now done. Whew! So the final tally is 190 photographs winnowed down from the original 4,000 photographs I made while in China. Not all... Continue Reading →

Light and Space Movement

Yesterday I discussed my Zombie Photography process, which lends itself to my process-based organic 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... Continue Reading →

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