My latest work translates photography into giclee prints on archival canvas and/or paper, using archival inks.
I shoot anything that interests me at the time. After years of cinematograpahy, I now concentrate on digital imagery with a Nikon D2X.
As with motion picture film, I've found that editing remains one of the most important aspects of each piece. I emphasize, alter, transform, not re-creating the exact image, but bringing my imagination to the work.
The ink giclee medium allows total control over the photography, from inception all the way through my own printing process, giving each piece an individual stamp.
My diptychs, triptychs and quintychs range from 48" to 75" wide. Individual panel are hung separately or joined.
Tucson Museum of Art Biennial 2007
PanTerra Gallery, Bisbee, AZ
The Ballroom Gallery of Fine Arts, Bisbee
Manos Art Gallery, Tubac, AZ
Old Pueblo Gallery, Tucson, AZ
Wyatt Earp House & Gallery, Tombstone, AZ
Tucson International Airport Gallery, High Flyers Exhibition
Tucson International Airport Gallery, Photo Finish Exhibition
Pima Arts Council Traveling Exhibit, Tucson, AZ, 2004
Pima Arts Council Traveling Exhibit, Tucson, AZ, 2005
Pima Arts Council Juried Library Exhibit, Tucson, AZ, 2006
Tucson Chamber of Commerce Collection, Tucson, AZ
Artists Coop Gallery, Omaha, NE
Antiquarian Gallery, Omaha, NE
Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum, Tucson, AZ
Murphey Gallery, Tucson, AZ
Paloma Art Gallery, Tucson, AZ
Tucson Botanical Garden, Tucson, AZ
Tohono Chul, Tucson, AZ
Tucson Museum of Art
Most of my photographs are available as giclee prints
on archival canvas or archival photographic paper.
Sizes up to 16.5 inches wide by 75 plus inches are available.
The LEGEND OF BROOK HOLLOW Published November 13, 2011
The Desert Eternal Published May 07, 2008
Where are we going?... We don't know... When will we get there?... We ain't certain... Published April 29, 2008
My Korea 1952 to 1953 Published February 23, 2008