USH Feb-Mar '17 - Art

.............. PHOTOEVOLUTION ............... Early in my photography career I converged on photorealism with a passion for all things water related – rivers, waterscapes, waterfalls, ice, fog, and the creatures you find there from spiders to trees. Realism-based symmetries, patterns, combined with textures and light are a compulsion. This evolved into an extensive catalog of predominantly realist art titled “The Farmington River Collection” that has been featured in solo exhibitions and various river related publications. The first 7 pieces in this exhibit are from that collection. Through this work I have become an informal ambassador for the scenic character of the Farmington River. As a counterpoint to realism, I veer into abstractionism readily willing to explore beyond the photo genre’s ‘realist’ boundaries in a search for the picture within the picture, or into “pictorialism” also known as 'subjective' or ‘art photography’ wherein the significance of elements such as tonality or composition dominate realism of the literal image. Images in this exhibit illustrate both the realist and the counter-realist phases of my art. There are 30 pieces in this exhibit showing the artist's evolution from representational to abstract and pictorial art images. Many are organic subjects while others are from several travel destinations. _______ Enjoy ! ________

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