There is an unlimited way people create images with photography. It's a medium that continues to evolve and is as diverse as the individual artists who apply their visions. People who visit my website have come to know the diversity of my work. I love creativity over everything, pushing the boundaries and stepping into the unknown while looking for new ways to express my sense of the world.
In this series, Harmonic Oscillations, I start by selecting a photograph I have previously made, which has unique characteristics that might be perfect for this process. I continue with a series of digital alterations until I am finally happy with the final image's appearance and how it fits into the overall portfolio. As with most endeavors, I struggle to balance what I want and working with the digital tools I have available.
Circular inscriptions have been dated to 40,000 years ago. Humans have been fascinated with circles for a very long time. In the book "The Book of Circles," author Manuel Lima says, "the circle infiltrated every area of human knowledge, from architecture and urban planning to linguistics and objects for thousands of years." He goes on to say, "that humans are more attracted to curvilinear shapes than angular shapes. Another theory is that humans associate geometric shapes with emotions- and that circles correspond with happiness." In these strange times of politics and the pandemic, we need as much happiness as possible.
These images are beautiful as small prints in a grid or very large 6' x 6' dye sublimation printed on aluminum. Inquire for pricing, availability, and shipping.