|This exhibition, NOT JUST DRAWING: A LINE WITH INTENT, was juried by F. David Reif questioning intent. “What is the underlying driving purpose or “thought-framework” for making a mark or image on a surface or in a space? How much does habit, convention or chance dictate our action and how much comes from an original and personal sense of expressed understanding? How much comes from the unconscious or irrational fabric of our experience?”
The exhibition features work in all mediums and materials and is intended to explore these and other similar questions. It’s an honor to have my images Linger & Behold featured in this exhibit. Below is a bit about the series:
In the city, we tend to keep our heads down; these photos invite us to look up. It’s not always obvious what’s sky, what’s glass, or which way is up. The city and the sky appear almost too big for each other. Steel grids simultaneously order and distort the view, as windows become mirrors, the natural and the manmade jostle for space, and the imposing structures that usually block out the sky become a way to see it once again.
I would love to see you there!