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I have been creating unique digital art with my original photographs for the past 15 years. My pieces are driven by a strong connection to the flora, fauna, and landscapes of the Southwest. The instant I got my first digital camera in 2003 I began to transform my photos into unique creations using just my photos. Sometimes I will use another use another photo as a backdrop to create more texture and light, as in the 2019 Little Indian, where a mirrored image of a yucca taken in the park, brightens the abstract Indian created from an image of the stonework of Indian Lodge in Davis Mountains State Park. I consider my photographs as my paints and my brushes are the tools in Photoshop.
In 2016, after 25 years at New Mexico Tech I left my career as a geologist to pursue creating digital art fulltime. In the summer and fall I like to head to the San Juan Mountains to go hiking, four wheeling and photograph the amazing alpine flowers that carpet the hillsides in July and August, and the aspens turning gold in the fall.
In the last three years I have branched out and begun to work with landscape panoramas and architectural images; stained glass windows, pillars from gothic cathedrals, the beautiful stonework of medieval buildings and furniture from my global travels in Britain and Europe. Any image that strikes a chord with me can be turned into abstract art. Look closely at each image and pieces of the original photograph peek out at you.
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