Forest abstractions is a series of digital prints. Organic woodland elements are presented as visual symmetries. The colors were produced by sunlight glowing through the canopy of a living environment of trees as they convert light into life.
Imagine a glimpse of a garden a little less veiled then an everyday view of one It is a glimmer that seems to be made of dream stuff but is nevertheless very real. The Organic Garden moves with color, energy and the flow of life.
The images in Autumn Forest were created from digital photographs taken in the fall of 2017. I've been working with symmetry for a while now and felt like exploring the season of autumn in an abstract sort of way. Light, color and structure are combined to create imagery that alludes to an underlying symmetry in nature.
This series of digital prints creates visual relationships using multiple images of flowing water in a natural environment. The inspiration came while sitting by the flowing water of a mountain river.
In this collection of digital creations I have combined organic colors and forms within a geometric framework. The result visually entices the both logic and emotion to create a unique viewing experience.
When it seems like winter is lingering a little too long it's time for a little instant spring. This series of digital images captures to color and energy of a balmy spring day in an abstract sort of way.
This series of digital collages was created from photographs taken on the first day of summer near the town of Index on the North Fork of the Skykomish River in Washington State, USA.
The digital print series “Mystic Forest” was inspired by the book “The Man Who Planted Trees a Story of Lost Groves, the Science of Trees, and a Plan to Save the Planet” by Jim Robbins. In it a northern Michigan nursery man named David Milarch, who in a near death experience, was shown the image of a devastated Earth. He was tasked with cloning the champion trees of the world - the strongest, oldest trees - and reintroducing their hardier genetics into our ailing forest as a way to combat climat...
Spring Organics is a collection of prints created as digital collage images. The primary focus is the energy of rebirth that occurs in the spring season. These abstract artworks flow with vibrant color that reflects the warmth of the season.
These digital prints were created from photographs of a tulips. It is the continuation of a personal investigation of geometric symmetry as applied to natural forms. The colors are derived from the blossoms. They are printed as a high resolution images on paper.
The Kaleidoscopic Garden is digital imagery that merges floral shapes and colors with kinetic geometric structures. The results are colorful abstract prints that activate the imagination and entice the senses.
In this series of digital imagery I set out to experiment with a new approach. The concept is to create art that incorporates both organic and geometric elements. Because springtime is a mosaic of colorful forms it was chosen as the primary focus. Using a variety of digital techniques the geometry was incorporated into the compositions.
Winterland is both place and time. The art explores the relationships between perception and imagination. Free association techniques and random chance are combined with digital technology to produce unique and original imagery. I hope you enjoy it.
The experience of spring is a seduction of the senses. The bright hues, scented breezes and warm afternoons ease away stress to create a mood open to the enjoyment of life.
As the aura of sping moves northward across the landscape color and form signalize the renewal of life. This series of abstract vector prints is created from images of spring. Digital photography is used to capture a moment in time. The photo is abstracted using a variety of techniques and softwares. The end result is a painterly composition that is an expression of the aura of the season.
These images are as 16 color vector prints. Because they are not made up of pixels they can be enlarged to any size without reducing resolution. The prices listed here are for 8.5 x 11 inch on paper. Inquire about other size and print options.