If you see something in the galleries that speaks to you so much that you want one,
but it is not yet in the Artist’s Shop,
just contact the artist to start a conversation.
(In most cases, I do special orders for no extra charge.)
All the pieces in this collection feature “sideways reflections”–where left and right are mirror images of each other. And most use multiple kinds of mirroring.
“Sideways reflections” create images with bi-lateral symmetry–a fundamental quality of most animals, people, and faces. So, such compositions provide a framework for “seeing things.”
This thirty-six-piece collection contains a wide variety of works–
from sober to humorous, from realistic to abstract–
with commentary that ranges from the philosophical to the fun.
On a recent New Year’s trip to North Carolina,
I discovered Archdale’s beautiful Creekside Park.
So my camera and I made two early morning visits.
Reality is full of surprises. Here are a couple dozen of them.
where ice or snow is
an important element in the composition
not just black and white and shades of gray,
but also, literally, just black and white,
and shades of any other single color
a selection of some of my favorites for your enjoyment
(This one is “Tony the Tank.”)