Date(s) - January 7, 2022 - February 26, 2022
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Eastern Shore Art Center
The Anna Atkins Project
This project was inspired by Anna Atkins, a 19th century English botanist and photographer. She is often considered to be the first person to publish a book illustrated with photographic images. She used the cyanotype photographic process, which produces this distinctive blue color. Each portrait, inspired by the movement of a particular algae or plant, creates an organic image where both subject and plant are one.
The Cloud Project
A single cloud traveled with us for a day during our road-trip through Wyoming in 2019, our personal guide across the high plains. This digital work is a tribute to the art of painting. I have striven to create a different atmosphere in each image, whilst retaining a painterly quality. It encapsulates that feeling you may have when you contemplate the landscapes of the Wild West.
From Blakeley to Cheaha Project
Viewed by those of us from more northerly climes, winter seems a fleeting visitor to Alabama, but its chill embrace still touches the nature around us. This collection was gathered on the wooded shores of the Blakeley and the frosty peaks of Cheaha during the winter of 2020/2021.