July 7, 2015–January 31, 2016
Critic is Griffin Museum from the 21st Juried Show submissions
In much of my work I’m dealing with subjects that are in a transitory state. The Evanescence series features images from composted organic materials. In this body of work I’m exploring the mechanics of transition through time, neglect and natural decomposition. I hope to establish images that can be beautiful and chaotic. Subjects that in their own specific way function as a part of a transient process. This ongoing series has been developed over the past two years and included are some of the newest selections.
Having studied painting and photography at the Kansas City Art Institute, then, for a time owning and operating a small music shop and gallery, I’ve devoted much of life to making art and working in creative environments. For years I worked in painting and mixed media before transitioning from those disciplines to working exclusively in photography. I’ve been living and working in the Boston area since 2001.