The Brazos Valley Natural History Museum is using our Grand Canyon photo, Sunset at Maricopa Point, to promote their upcoming exhibition about geology. The name of the show is Rocks: Earth’s Majestic Building Blocks.Continue reading Museum Uses Our Grand Canyon Photo
I have been having some fun in my studio creating swirling paint abstracts. What exactly are they, you might ask? Well, I’ve been mixing acrylic paints, water-based inks, various flow mediums, silicone, and oil in large enameled trays. Once I have a pleasing pattern, I photograph it. The resulting images look like jasper, primordial ooze, chloroplasts, protozoa, and aerial landscapes. What a trip!Continue reading Swirling Paint Abstracts
These dissolving candy abstracts look like galaxies and nebulas in a far-away universe. Who knew there were other uses for sugar-coated candies besides eating them? Continue reading Dissolving Candy Abstracts
Mandala is the Sanskrit word for circle, the basic shape that organizes all its many forms. For thousands of years, across dozens of cultures, mandalas have guided meditation, promoted spiritual growth, recorded the passage of time, and symbolized the cosmos. Creating color photographic mandalas has been an ongoing project of mine.
Here is something a little different: portraits of bursting bubbles! We have been working in our studio to capture photographs of the moment a bubble bursts. Continue reading Bursting Bubbles
Some artists use paint brushes; others use magnets. Magnets? Yep. Magnets can create abstract, other-worldly scenes, which I call Magnetic Worlds – Ferrofluid Abstract Photographs. Continue reading Ferrofluid Abstract Photographs