Photography of one of Chicago's historic architectural gems. Second Presbyterian Church was rebuilt in 1900 by Howard Van Doren Shaw after a fire destroyed the roof and portions of the interior. The stained glass windows are treasures of Tiffany, Millett and William Morris. The interior is a wonderful example of Arts and Crafts style popular at that time.
The images explore the gorgeous work and details of the interior of this wonderful structure. The main stained glass windows are highlighted also.
Photographer of extraordinary digital imagery. Architectural, editorial and fine art digital photography. My fine art "Geometrispective" imagery— a very unique style of abstract architectural, that was born of and developed from the Cubists and Expressionists movements of painting. Found no where else, you will find nothing in photography is similar or close to this.
Geometrispective Portfolio 2 Published May 11, 2016
Panorama Portfolio Published March 25, 2015
Geometrispective Published December 21, 2013
Where Are We Going? Published June 05, 2012
The Chicago Cultural Center Published June 10, 2011
An Abstract Process Published August 16, 2010
Exquisite Decay, Book II Published January 08, 2010
Art in the Architecture Published November 09, 2009