E Gaube, Klimt Wave 6, digital photography manipulation, 8x10in (20.32 x 25.4cm), 2017, $25.00
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Into Fire and Into Ice (SOLD)
Into Fire and Into Ice, digital photography manipulation, 20 x 13in (50.8 x 33.02cm), framed 28 x 20in (71.12 x 33.02cm) , $300.00 A very abstracted face, ghoulish in its deformity, is open-mouthed. Whether to eat or scream is the question. From Dante's Inferno: “Hope not ever to see Heaven. I have come to lead you to the other shore; into eternal darkness; into fire and into ice.”
MBSu 6 orange
MBSu 6 orange, digital photography manipulation, 8 x 10in, (20.32 x 25.4cm), $25.00 Digital photography and digital manipulation can reveal details the human eye is unable to perceive. The depth of this hidden detail is tremendous and always surprising, being composed of more color, more line and more shape, seemingly unrelated to the subject. The dots, lines and shapes in this image originated in an image of a slowly flowing brook.
October 16, 1793
October 16, 1793, digital photography manipulation, 10.5 x 7.5in, (26.67 x 19.05cm), $200.00 framed Although this an abstract composition, I saw a rich brocade and lace fabric with intricate embroidery. I shifted the hue to red. The top half of the image is still somewhat haute couture but the lower area of chaotic lines and exploding shapes suggested a scenario far removed from pomp and grandeur. I was looking for a title that would explain the duality of privilege and violence. Someone came immediately to mind. The title, October 16, 1793, is the date of Marie Antoinette's execution.
The Epilimnion 1
The Epilimnion 1, digital photography manipulation, 11.5 x 17.5in (29.2 x 44.45cm), 18 x 24in (framed), $300.00 In a small body of water such as a pond, the topmost layer of water is called the epilimnion. It is the warmest and most oxygenated layer and is therefore home to the majority of plants and animals.