Most of my images are shot during my drive to/from work through rural Yamhill County. Some are practically straight out of the camera, and others are processed to emphasize the color, texture and shapes that spoke to me so strongly in the moment. Today’s technology allow us to express and share our curiosity and wonder in exciting new ways. I love sharing information, insights and images on the internet. But these image really come to life when they are printed by a fine art process in large sizes and framed for display.
My wife, Vishara, and I live in the foothills of the coastal range in Sheridan, Oregon, about 60mi southwest of Portland with their horses, cats, fish, and a wide variety of wildlife.Read More
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Most of my recent work is moving towards photography-based art. The idea is not to make photos look like paintings, but to create art based on an original photo that intensifies the experience and amplifies one’s curiosity and imagination.
Here is an example. I accidentally took a picture of my table setting during brunch at the Cadillac Cafe in Portland, OR with my cell phone. I didn’t mean to. But then I applied an effect in the phone and it became a rather interesting still life.