This composition excerpt (< 3 minutes) is from a ~ 22 minute composition exploring a visual interpretation of the broad concept of personal space.
This clip shows about a minute of a rotating slideshow which includes images form my 2D portfolio. All images shown in various configurations on the screen are randomly organized purely for display and review purposes. Its one way to help visitors understand the style, variety, cohesion, and scale of works available for display and for collecting. This is only a small subset of the many images I’ve produced as 2D extractions from time-based video art projects. The bulk of the images shown in this clip are from an ongoing artistic exploration of the wonders of the neuron. These are not intended as strict illustrations but rather a visual appreciation and exploration of what we know and what we don’t know (yet) about how these amazing cells function, both internally and as part of a vast network of similar cells, to form our sentience and our identity.
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World premier of Intersectional Sparkle as part of “Artscape 2019: Animation on the Big Screen” happens at the Parkway Theater, 5 W. North Avenue in Baltimore Maryland 1-2:30pm and again 3-4:30pm Sunday July 21st along with 25 other short animations.
Note: An earlier version of this post had preliminary venue information which has been updated in this post with the correct location, date, and time.
This is part of a new series and the first one “published.” It was selected as a finalist for FusionArt’s 3rd Annual Black and White Art Exhibition and can be found among other finalists here.
Shown below are additional works in the series in draft form on my studio wall. More will be uploaded soon.
Nine Signals (ed. 1 of 1)
This is a 12″ x 12″ signed print on aluminum base, an edition of one, and comes pre-assembled with hanging hardware attached to the print making for very easy wall installation. UPS standard shipping within the continental United States is included in the purchase price of the artwork.
Signals of Hope (video installation, 5 min 24 sec) joined more than 100 other artists at a benefit exhibition for the Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery at Smith Center. The exhibition titled Alchemical Vessels 2018: Our Common Thread, ran from March 16 to May 5, 2018 at 1632 U St NW in Washington DC.