Tag Archives: light
I recently had one of my fine art photographs selected as part of Manhattan Arts International’s exhibition The Healing Power of Art. The photograph selected by juror Lilly Wei is from my current body of work titled Seeking The Light. … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting quote on photography, space and time from photographer Wynn Bullock. “I feel all things as dynamic events, being, changing, and interacting with each other in space and time even as I photograph them.” – Wynn Bullock … Continue reading
Here’s an inspiring quote from Light & Space artist James Turrell to stimulate your creative thinking. “Science strives for answers, but art is happy with a good question.” – James Turrell To see some of Turrell’s work and read an … Continue reading
James Turrell is an amazing artist who uses light & space as his primary materials. He was recently interviewed by Harper’s Bazaar prior to the opening of three major exhibitions dedicated to his work this summer at LACMA Los Angeles County … Continue reading
Brian Eno recently published this video he created in collaboration with his listeners on Saturday 17 November 2012. His new album of ambient music entitled “Lux” was broadcast 4 times that day corresponding to sunrise, day, sunset & night. Listeners … Continue reading
I have been spending a lot of time reconnecting with my photograms and my interest in light as subject. I am particularly interested in the layers of light as well as the strong sense of time and space in this image. … Continue reading
This is a new color photograph I am working on. I love the color and warmth. I am especially drawn to the depth of the image and the space created by the subtle play of color and line. Click the … Continue reading
A mysterious abstract color photograph taken over the weekend. I particularly like the play of light and the sense of mystery and movement in this image. I invite you to leave a comment.
I haven’t posted any images in a while. Here’s one of the color photographs I have been working on. I like the cosmic/celestial quality of it. It reminds me of star fields and nebulae.