My recent video work will anchor an exhibit at the San Diego Museum of Art scheduled to open at the end of 2019. The show will be installed in two galleries—a darkened space with a large-scale projection set-up, and a conventional room featuring my landscape photographs and camera-based work. Updates to follow as the date approaches.
New Images from Southern Utah
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Visit to “Alpenglow” Embroidery in New York
Several years ago the traditional Vietnamese artisans’ group La Than Imperial Embroidery recreated my photograph “Alpenglow on Hurricane Ridge” in thread. See the sidebar link on this site for background on the project.
Last April my wife Karen and I had a chance to see the piece for the first time in person during a visit to New York. I was overwhelmed by the detail and refinement that I had not been able to fully appreciate in the photos they had sent during the year-long making of the embroidery.
I am working with a new gallery in Santa Fe. The Chmar Gallery opened on Lincoln Avenue, a block off the historic Plaza in October 2010 and is operated by Linda and Tod Chmar. Tod and Linda relocated their family to Santa Fe from Atlanta in 2007 to be closer to the art they had been collecting for twenty years. They are showing both my large-format landscape photography and the newer camera-based non-representational work. Read More…
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