Son In Abstract Number 11
Living In Art
I began capturing photographs at about 15-years-old using an Agfa rangefinder 35mm camera. Decades later I began creating photo art with a Kodak 2.0-megapixel digital camera and a Windows 95 computer. Time brings change, evolution, innovation. My style is best defined as abstract realism, the infusion of elements of design with the depiction of real life in visual art. (For a complete essay on the subject, navigate to the Consider page and scroll to the bottom of the page). Each turn of the page opens a new adventure, new revelations, new excitement. There is no going backwards. Wouldn't want to. Can't make me.