Monochrome “Still Life” Series

I will be adding to this series over the winter.  The pictures explore the patterns and forms of dried seed heads found in the fall and winter garden. I have shot the “Teasel” at other times but this one was particularly expressive. Other photos will be added to this series over the next several months. …

Siberian Iris

I chose this recent black and white picture of a Siberian Iris to accompany an artist profile article for the upcoming edition of the Spotlight On the Arts magazine, published by the Surrey Arts Council.  Elizabeth Carefoot is the editor of the Surrey Art Gallery Association page.  Elizabeth is know for her artist profiles and …

Photography Exhibit: Floral Forms, and Truth and Beauty

A photography exhibition of two photo series, “Truth and Beauty,” and Floral Forms,” opened at the Surrey Art Gallery, Sept. 20, 2014.  This exhibition has been extended until April, 2015. Colored floral photographs in the “Truth and Beauty,” series emphasize pattern, texture and sensuality.   The black and white floral series, “Floral Forms,”  has an emphasis …

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.

Arts 2014 Award Winning Photo “Dunsmuir Dahlia”

On Friday, June 27th, I received an award at ‘Arts 2014,’ for my black and white “Dunsmuir Dahlia” photo. This recognition has encouraged me to compile and produce a series of black and white floral pictures. A 14X20 print of this photograph, can be viewed at the Surrey Art Gallery.  This black and white dahlia photograph was …