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  • Apr 28, 2016

    New Release: Waldorf Hysteria 30" x 42"

    Waldorf Hysteria 30" x 42" Waldorf Hysteria 30" x 42" printed on metallic paper with archival inks and face mounted on 1/4 inch crystal clear acrylic for a very brilliant image with large color gamut and high contrast. I'm creating a series of surreal images from my South Beach collection. Not sure where this may lead but, for now, the project has captured my imagination. Stay tuned for more as time permits. List: 30" x 42" Acrylic mount in float frame (black) with hanging system $4555 20" x 28" Acrylic mount unframed with hanging system $1575 Read More
    Avalon Corner 14x21
    Apr 25, 2016

    New Release: Avalon Corner

    Avalon Corner 14" x21" "Avalon Corner" is a surrealistic look at South Beach. The original photograph was taken during Art Deco Weekend one of the rare events when Ocean Drive is closed to vehicular traffic. It is intended to be playful and entertaining in a similar vein to Dr Suess or Alice in Wonderland. Its the way I imagine South Beach looks to many tourists who stay up all night partying at the clubs. The surrealistic style of this image was influenced by Salvador Dali. The vivid colors, starry sky, and textures were influenced by Vincent Van Gogh. Avalon Corner is printed on metallic paper with archival inks then face mounted on optical quality 1/4 inch acrylic. This application provides a modern looking presentation in ... Read More
    We Are Not Alone
    Apr 23, 2016

    New Release: "We Are Not Alone"

    Salvador Dali has long fascinated me with his surrealistic landscapes though I never contemplated creating a tribute to him -- until now. Inside a Dali Nightmare While I was traveling in Morocco I came across this building with layers of plaster peeling off. As I looked at the particular shapes and textures, I had this feeling of being drawn into a Dali nightmare. There was this certain type of surrealism in the reality in front of me. I took the picture and appropriately named it "Inside a Dali Nightmare" but this was not enough. There was something more to this picture that had not yet been exposed. I kept looking at it and seeing more than met the eye. Finally, I decided to develop the ... Read More
    Dec 30, 2015

    Copyright Infringement and Digital Asset Theft

    I recently discovered some plugins that let me search for my images on the Internet. What I found was shocking and disturbing. It seems that there is no respect for copyright ownership in the digital world. Somehow, this "free Internet" has led people to believe anything on the Internet is free for the taking. Imagine if people could just walk down the street and reach into any store window and take what they wanted. Well that is how it is on the Internet with digital assets. Since any webpage that can be displayed on a computer screen contains digital assets, it is practically impossible to stop them from being pirated. This is a great dilemma for artists. For example, I have one image in particular ... Read More
    Sep 17, 2015

    What Happened to Beautiful Art?

    This is a video about why so much modern art is just so bad, with artist Robert Florczak: For two millennia, great artists set the standard for beauty. Now those standards are gone. Modern art is a competition between the ugly and the twisted; the most shocking wins. What happened? How did the beautiful come to be reviled and bad taste come to be celebrated? Renowned artist Robert Florczak explains the history and the mystery behind this change and how it can be stopped and even reversed. I'm not so sure I fully agree with Robert Florczak on his assessment but it does make one think. My work is based on a personal vision of what I consider to be beautiful. I've been told that ... Read More
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