Monthly Archives: January 2015

Ground, Aran Islands

I believe that most people on the Aran Islands make ends meet through tourism in one form or another. However, that was not always the case. Go back a century and these islands were basically three large rocks off the … Continue reading

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Church, Aran Islands

It is not unusual to see buildings on the Aran Islands that are long abandoned, and any walk through Inishmore will take one past this church, though from the other side.  One of my morning walks the fog was still in the process … Continue reading

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House, Aran Islands

I will be posting a series of images from the Aran Islands that are contained within my folio.  I will also be posting larger images so that they can be downloaded and printed out if anyone wishes. It is sometimes … Continue reading

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Family

The idea of this lumen print was to give the idea of a family that starts together, then begins to drift away.  Three leaves are embedded together while one of the children prepares to go off on its own.

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From the White Depths

A number of years ago I purchased a print from Haley Jensen, which hangs in our family room, and wanted to create a lumen print that was in that general direction.  I was looking for something more sparse than her print, … Continue reading

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Blasting Forward

The colors in a lumen print do not necessarily have anything to do with the subject matter.  I look more for shape and let things fall as they may. In this particular case the density of the flowers kept light … Continue reading

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