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Tag Archives: Abstractions

Photographic Works from 1980 to 2019

Statement of Work: I have always been interested in photographic explorations which consist of themes within the framework of the history of photography, using the agencies of traditional landscapes, social landscapes, and experimental landscapes. The landscape becomes personal, like a pronoun. A terrain describing biographical, social, emotional, or cognitive experiences which define life,  sense of […]

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes: Looking through the darkly painted mirror; Disasters of War, Witches’ Sabbath, and the Colossus

  Madrid, Spain 1793:                 The chill of the night air was thick with the sweet smell of burning wood, smoky leaves, and the familiar aroma of roasted vegetables, black pork, and paella, which hung in the air like a veiled fog in the Spanish autumn evening.  The stars cut through the night sky, reveal their beauty, not of […]

Abstractions – Sketches in Organic Unity

Book Review: Title: Abstractions – Sketches in Organic Unity Book Release Date: July 2015. Dimensions: Large Format Landscape Book and eBook, 28 Plates, 58 Pages. The book entitled, Abstractions – Sketches in Organic Unity is a continuation and extension of the explorations and findings from the series Flora Nocturne.  Specifically, focusing on the abstract, unreal, […]