Images starting from my teens to present spanning 1974 till present. These images represent my view of the Maritimes from my summer experiences growing up in Lubec Maine to my travels through Nova Scotia and Cape Breton and PEI after I lived in Halifax Nova Scotia for a time period. Images range from old slides restored to disposable camera shots manipulated in Fractel Painter to Nikon digital images stiched together in Photoshop to create the panoramas. As a musician, photographer, pen and ink artist living in Lubec Maine for summers since the early 70s, this represents my best of images over time that capture the essence of what the Maritimes is for me visually. No text or locations are given, the work is about the essence of the image and the combined feel of the work as a whole. For more images please visit the website at www.sleepingdogstudios.com
An artist and musician with degrees from Boston Museum School, Nova Scotia College Art and Design, Rensselear Polytechnic, and Bridgewater State College; for thirty five years I have worked in both traditional folk arts and modern electronic art (video, performance art, installation art, electronic sound arts) as well as folk music and electronic music. I served 9 years as technical director of RISD and 6 years as a technical theater director at UMASS system. My wife Sandy is a photographer as well and together we shoot occasional events. I have been a guitarist for 35 years at present but have moved to dobro, lapsteel, and other slide instruments over the past 15 years, mixing my acoustic music with my knowledge of electronic music to create a hybred of my own.
Washington County Maine Published March 02, 2013
All Around This World Published April 23, 2011
Acapulco : A Photographer's Journey Published March 15, 2011
Acapulco Published November 30, 2008
First Light Published October 23, 2008
Different Paths Published October 19, 2008
Book of Dogs Published August 16, 2008
Sam Turin Pavilion Dedication Published August 13, 2008
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