All ART for GALLERY
Random and intentional city street markings, signs and symbols somehow always find their way into my camera lens. This print was inspired by a walk in the middle of the street.
City life, road signs, random markings–if it catches my attention, it usually ends up in my camera. This is an abstracted turnaround in the middle of a highway. It is that place you wish for when you missed your turn!
Two-way streets, road construction, detours–we’ve all been there.
This is a smaller collagraph with emphasis on the interior formation of a wave.
This print is part of a series of prints produced from the same plate, but varied in colors, thus the “EV” (Edition Variable).
Inspiration for the plate and prints came from my work with aerial views and satellite-mapping studies, producing endless compositions of crop circles and field rows.
This print debuted at CA101 2013 and was featured on one of the exhibit’s booklet covers.
Inspired by many hours one the beach watching my boys surf and hearing about tubes, barrels and closeouts. Great days!
Collagraph (1 of 3 framed together)
This triptych is an abstract interpretation of waves tumbling to shore. Living at the coast, it has been such a blessing to experience the awe and comfort of these magnificent waves.
Inspired by living at the coast and viewing the ocean with its many buildings in the foreground. Always thinking about how those who live/work in those buildings have a priceless view!
32 1/4″ x 27 1/2″
This print is inspired by those stormy ocean days where the tide is high and the ocean waters are rough and full of spray.
Collagraph (Click image to enlarge)
Three circular collagraphs printed together symbolize the surf as it approaches the shore.