Photographic Imagery as Sculpture and InMotion

This evolving body of work began with my Photos of the Imagination.
Those digitally manipulated photos became sculptural elements.
Initially I kept the photos behind glass and incorporated the images into sculpture pieces.
Seeking more flexibility, I began printing my images on canvas, mounted them and began manipulating these shapes.


The InMotion works employ "straight" photographs that capture moments of motion
and present them in a sculptural way.


Click on the Images below to See a Larger Version of the Artwork:
 
    Images printed on canvas, mounted on metal, then mounted on wood.
 
 
Images printed on canvas and mounted on wood.
Images printed on canvas and mounted on wood.

Images printed on canvas
and mounted on metal.


Photos of the Imagination printed on canvas and
mounted on 3D wood shapes.


Left and right viewing presents different versions of the same image.

Photos of the Imagination printed on canvas and mounted
on wood float on top of a painted canvas, 30" x 100."