Month: March 2015

Recollections Preview: Intuition, nearly installed

Intuition

Intuition

The Recollections show opens in less than one month (April 20), with the reception on May 1 from 5–7. The pieces are composed and prepared, and now mounting and construction will begin in earnest.

Here’s a preview of Intuition under construction.

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Recollections No. 8: “Ostension”

Ostension

Ostension

“I felt…cold,” she said. “Like I wasn’t alone.”

“So you’ve seen her,” the night clerk chuckled.

“Don’t you know the old Jones place is haunted?” she shivered.

“Something awful happened in the barn, and they didn’t want it haunting the ranch,” he warned.

We have all felt it, or at least thought we have. Some may have seen it, or heard it, or dreamt it. But the reality is that our reality is punctuated with the untouchable, the unseeable, and the unexplainable.

Recollections No. 7: “Orthodoxy”

Orthodoxy

Orthodoxy

I have photographed this bleak outpost in the openness of Wyoming more times than I can count, often from the same angle, but with different lenses, different weather, different techniques and different light. Yet the building remains the foundation of all the images, the solidity of thought within my eidetic soul. What might be if I swayed from this spot? This place? This commitment?