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Botanical Series 100, Photographs Exploring Botanical Forms

"If you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it's your world for a moment." -- Georgia OKeeffe

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Botanical Series 100 Artist Statement

On view is a sampling of my work. I continue to explore botanical forms, a subject that has engaged me for many years. The botanical forms of nature, rendered primarily in classic black and white, are the subjects of my current work in photography. I draw inspiration from the shapes, textures, colors, and transitional energies of the seasons. The ephemeral, the transforming, and the impermanent are ideas that I explore in my work. Profound philosophical concepts, phrases from spiritual texts or references become titles for some of my photographs of common blossoms allowing the viewer to ponder the significance of their meaning. It's always my intention to communicate the living energy present in these subjects.

My strongest influences are the works of Imogen Cunningham, Georgia O'Keeffe and, Brett Weston, especially those that depict botanical subject matter and abstraction.


Available in sizes up to 28x28. Botanical Series 100 photographs may printed on paper with archival inks or premium canvas with a beautifully textured surface. The print surface for canvas is varnished and is incredibly durable and scratch-resistant. The cotton-poly blend is very stable and incredibly strong. The premium-wood, 1.5" deep stretcher bars are knot-free, straight and beveled for minimal contact with the canvas. All pieces are gallery wrapped and stapled on the back for an elegant finish and shipped ready to hang. Wood is sourced only from managed forests.


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