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How would it feel to have one of these images in you home, office, or your child’s room? Images have a way of bringing in life and transforming our living and work spaces. Trees are grounded to the earth and they can help us remember to be the same.

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The “Invitation Series” is the most recent body of work that was created over the last 4 years. There are various themes, or threads as I now call them, within the work that have been broken down into, “Trees”, “Clouds”, “Fish”, “Water”, and “Land”. Together they create a visual whole, while still standing as individual bodies of work. There is an indefinable thread that unites these groups, where the thread shifts within each. The thread of the “Trees”, has been completed and are meant to be viewed within diptych and triptych arrangement. The atmosphere within these images, is one of the ethereal, the play of atmosphere upon trees and paths, where light, color and object, are felt from and internal place. The “Clouds”, “Fish”, “Water”, and “Land” threads are still in selection and printing.

This “Invitation Series” has been created with the highest quality printing technology currently available and printed on some of the finest Archival Fine Art papers. Each has been coated with UV protection after printing.

Robert Lewis Smith is the printer who I have been working with on the larger scale images that have become available. Robert is also professor of photography at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. It has been his expertise, with the large scale printing, that has helped bring my vision to the larger works that have been created.

This is a commissioned work, with image size 36″x52″ getting ready for 48″x62″ frame and installation at customers home.


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