Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Le Zebre Bleu

My latest work got posted today on one of my favorite blogs, Le Zebre Bleu. The following excerpt made my day:

Here is a video and some awe-inspiring pictures from JOHN GRANT's new series of work entitled THE LANGUAGE OF WATER where he captures the simple dispersion of ink into water. And the result is absolutely beautiful.
Mixed with the enchanting music, the stop-action video is passionate, dark, secret, enigmatic, sensual and lascivious and it really moved me. It left me somehow dreamy, anxious or worried, maybe sad but mostly contemplative, feeling like the whole beauty of the world and it's complexity could be seen through drops of ink in water. All I can say is : Amazing... This morning, the language of water is the language to my heart. I just wished the video would have kept through the whole song...

Woman of the Waters

Still editing on this series. This lovely lady showed up last night. Very elegant.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

The Medium

More work with oil in water. Sometimes the results are startling. Click on the image for more detail.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Oil and Water--Experimental Work

Several months before the big oil spill, I began experimenting with some imagery of pigmented oil dropped in water. I was amazed by the suggestive forms and shapes that began to appear. In one case, I made a mirror image, which is a gimmick, and something I rarely do, but I was even more amazed--I couldn't believe what I was seeing. Now with the oil spill continuing to gush, these images seem to take on added meaning. What do you think?
(be sure to enlarge for best view of the details)

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Light Factory Charlotte Review

If you're in the Charlotte area, I hope you can make it for the artist's reception on May 22.
Here's the info and a brief review.

Saturday, April 10, 2010

My good fortune...


"With this annual competition, The Light Factory asked photographers and artists throughout the world to submit their most challenging and inventive work for an exciting exhibition. "

This new juried exhibition at the Light Factory in Charlotte, N.C. will feature work from my "Fairytales and Reveries" series with resin coating.