Early Work  (1996 - 2004)

In my early years as an artist, I honed my vision as an abstract photographer by focusing on a variety of subjects, such as landscapes, architectural details, and close-up details of man-made objects like cars, overhead wires, and tar painted on asphalt. In the process, I realized that I am often drawn to images that carry a certain meditative quality. Part of this is achieved by using a sparse language of geometrical shapes, lines, and rhythms.

About the series

 

In my early years as an artist, I honed my vision as an abstract photographer by focusing on a variety of subjects, such as landscapes, architectural details, and close-up details of man-made objects like cars, overhead wires, and tar painted on asphalt. In the process, I realized that I am often drawn to images that carry a certain meditative quality. Part of this is achieved by using a sparse language of geometrical shapes, lines, and rhythms.

 

By abstracting away from the literal subject matter, I hope to leave behind the question “What is it?”, and let our associations to come to the forefront. My goal is for the photographs to have a feeling of meditative simplicity, so they are images not from our everyday, mundane world of hustle and bustle, but instead from the more symbolic and archetypal world of our imagination.

All photographs are archival pigment prints, on the highly-textured Hahnemuehle William Turner paper. Prints are available at 12” x 12”, 20” x 20”, 40” x 40”, and 58” x 58”.

 

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