From the U.S. Army Twitter Account:
"On Patriot Day, we solemnly remember the nearly 3,000 people who perished on September 11, 2001. On this day, remember where you were and how you were affected by this life-altering event. #PatriotDay #neverforget #ArmyFamily"
"Home of the Brave" used U.S. postage stamps and resin on canvas 36" x 60"
•Red stripes: 1923 "Washington" 2 cent issues
•White stripes: 1981 "Flag Over Supreme Court" 20 cent issues
•Blue field: 1958 "Monticello" 20 cent issues
•Stars: 1975 "Fort McHenry Flag" 15 cent issues
#neverforget #patrioticart #911#america #homeofthebrave #usa #unitedstates #unitedwestand #patriotday #firstresponders
A "Photoloop" selection from a recent photo shoot by O'hare Airport, Chicago.
This image is straight of of camera, the undulating light source was added in post.
(Canon 5D mark iii, Sigma DG 100mm-400mm)
See more of my "Photoloops" here.
From Turning Art, Boston, Interview, August 2020:
"My father was my first inspiration. He was a sculptor and a painter. From the age of about four, I worked on sketches with him, particularly of faces and drawings of my own left hand. I spent a great deal of time in his studio...Presently, I am interested in Carl Jung’s theory of the collective unconscious and the interconnectedness of the universe, as well as the correlating schools of thought and mysticism related to these concepts. This includes the idea of the universe as a hologram. All of my postage stamp pattern fields are my interpretation and reinvention of mandalas, or meditative microcosms. I am very drawn to simple, but powerful geometric relationships and repeating patterns."