Abstracts Call for Entries Accepted Artists
Fine Art Photography
I fondly remember the childhood toys I had so long ago, growing up in the days before color television and transistor radios. I liked my Lincoln Logs, fire trucks and good old Mr. Potato Head, but the kaleidoscope was by far my favorite toy. The refection of light and simple glass turning created endlessly fascinating patterns. That simple boyhood toy gave me the creative eye to explore unusual patterns in a way that has stayed with me to this day. I’ve always had a crazy fascination with reflections in water, mirrors, glass, shiny surfaces. Anything where one can see one’s own self or perhaps an image of the world around that can change once reflected back from somewhere unexpected.
My abstract images are part of a series of photos examining mirror reflections and rotations that can play visual tricks on viewers. Urban city landscapes of buildings worked well for this series of images. Some rotations and reflections of photos work extremely well, while many distinctly do not. It’s an endless lesson in experimentation which can lead to unexpected success or failure.
I’ve had the good fortune of having my photography used as set decoration for an HBO movie, a Disney TV series, the motion pictures “Untraceable” and “The Burning Plain” as well the HBO series “Six Feet Under”.
Like a child, I still get excited when I grab my camera and head out into the world, be it close to home or far away, to continually seek out beauty in common views.
If you are an art collector interested in purchasing this artwork, please contact the Los Angeles art galleries by calling us or emailing us.