• Black and White Flower Photography

    Black and white flower photography demands a different kind of approach and attention than colored photographs.  These pale hosta flowers are compelling in black and white. The contrast between the sharp flower detail and the muted suggestion of leave behind gives a sense of softness and depth.  Black and white photography seems to stimulate the …

  • Acanthus

    Acanthus – the  botanical source for many of the stylized and repeat leaf patterns found in classical architecture.  The acanthus leaves are featured in Corinthian columns.

  • Dandelion, (photographic negative)

    A recognition and celebration form and pattern is central to my this series of black and white botanical photos. This photograph makes an emphatic statement when reproduce 36″ by 36″ ( 92cm bt 92cm) – or larger. “Dandelion,” will compliment modern or eclectic interiors. The depth of the black and white tones is enhanced with face-mount style or aluminum composite frameless printing.

  • Dahlia