Stalking Eden – Color Blind is a series of black and white photographs that draws inspiration from my lifelong preoccupation with collecting and displaying natural found ephemera, while highlighting my desire to hold onto nature’s evanescent treasures. These photographs pay homage to nature’s fleeting metamorphosis as I reassemble images of fragments ‘gathered’ (from my own photographs taken) into newly created hyper-esthetic configurations.
The images are reminiscent of microscopic slides or shadow boxes that I have carefully laid out. So too, by utilizing only black, white and soft neutral tones helps me to augment the vital illusive, ethereal component that I believe is crucial to reflecting an otherworldly ambiance to each of these images.
Signed, Limited Editions
Hahnemühle, Fine Art Pearl, Photo Rag Paper (Unframed/Black and White, Ink Jet, Archival Pigment Print)
Hahnemühle, Ilford B/W, Photo Rag Paper (Unframed/Black and White, Ink Jet, Archival Pigment Print)
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*Also Available – Direct Printed on a variety of alternative materials: Aluminum, Borderless acrylic.
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