The Baram House Magazine featured my work in the “A Strange Summer” issue this month. The interview was fun, and their questions are both curious and thought-provoking. The conversation allowed for deep thought about my past, present, and future.
The more I write and sit quietly with the work I’m creating, the more freely it is to generate abstracts of esthetic accuracy to the artist statement set of rules I outlined to complete the project.
This project published here, “Father to Son,” is retitled “Optics and Acoustics,” which will be more easily apparent when viewed as an entire body of images.
The titles of the images are in flux now and in consideration to make full-length sentences. The titles will allow the viewer to find a sense of character in the person reflected in the abstract images.
The staff at the Baram House magazine are helpful, kind, and thoughtful. Please read and subscribe, the magazine is beautiful and a useful way to escape in these uncertain times.