Memory is fleeting. Memories persist. A contemplation of dreams and memories. Those we wish to remember often escape us. Those we wish to forget often persist. I have a second version of this Mixed Media photograph online here as well with a mat around it which you can purchase in place of a mat, or which will make a canvas or metal print look as though it is framed.
This is the third iteration of this concept piece. The wooden hand is one of the first studio shots I did as I learned to use strobes back in 2008. The bamboo is also from that timeframe. I actually used an early mixed media textured piece I did that I've sold here three times now, and blended it with other textures from photos of various walls and other surfaces I've taken...
I inherited my first camera and my love of travel from my grandmother. The Kodak Brownie camera she gave me at age six is long gone, but the wanderlust lives on. Whether I am shooting photographs in my own backyard or halfway around the world, I always feel that I am in my element. Much of my fine art work is photorealistic, but I also love experimenting with textures, composites, and freehand drawing on my tablet to create mixed media photographs.
My photographs have appeared in several juried exhibits at museums, galleries, and other venues including Rising Waters 2.0 at the Museum of the City of New York and hang in the collections of both private and institutional art collectors. I have been published in Smithsonian, Coastal Living,...
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