Tag Archives: chiaroscuro

winter’s here

Unsurprisingly, the winter doldrums have arrived. Maybe even heavier than usual. Reading and studying have been occupying much of my time. Since they seem to be well-known and they come up all the time on my Amazon homepage, I borrowed … Continue reading

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sensing

There’s something to image-making. An idea is central. It builds from there. The image is the evidence of that thought process. It is not evidence of the world or of some reality. It creates its own reality, its presence. Perception … Continue reading

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light & shadow

There’s something to this technique that I really like. A softness and gentleness. It evokes and suggests. A person makes a space. Existing. Meaning emerges from the shadows and its collaboration with the light. One light. The light. Skin is … Continue reading

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introspection

This is an outtake from a series I did a couple of weeks ago after my appendectomy. It seemed important to document it artistically, at least a bit. So I worked on developing some ideas that I’ve explored a bit … Continue reading

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