Category: Art

  • Layers of Memories

    Layers of Memories

    Cemeteries are the final place where generations will often overlap. The place where time overlaps grow the longer we look at them. Like museums where at first 10 years tell 100 stories, but given the timeline, 100 years tell 3 or 4. This started as a photo, but human decisions about which and where algorithms…

  • Art and Commit Messages: Generative Art based on WordPress commit messages

    Art and Commit Messages: Generative Art based on WordPress commit messages

    Generative art is a unique form of digital creativity that combines algorithms and artistic expression. The artist sets the rules, but the computer program carries out the creation process. Commit messages are simple ways of knowing work has been completed, and ideally why. For this exercise, I used a browser-based version of stable diffusion. The…

  • Infrared Upper East Side

    Infrared Upper East Side

    Spent part of my Sunday walking through central park with both my infrared and standard light cameras. The upper east side around the Guggenheim captured my eye. Here are a couple of different angles. All photos shot with a 590nm converted Nikon d5000.

  • The Bowery

    The Bowery

    started as an infrared photo, didn’t stay there. multiple passes with multiple tools. Fall 2022

  • The Bee and The Flower

    The Bee and The Flower

    I have an irrational fear of bees. I’ve had it my whole life. Anna Chlumsky’s acting in My Girl and is partially to blame, but that might be me trying to apply logic to the illogical. Somehow though, I have a very rational love for taking photographs of bees on flowers, especially when I have…

  • Canon RF 16mm f2.8 – First Thoughts

    Canon RF 16mm f2.8 – First Thoughts

    My first reaction to rumors of the Canon RF 16mm f2.8: intrigue. Upon seeing the price and announcement: I’m in! My preorder was placed on September 13 and it arrived on October 21. An initial launch date of October 14 and there have been reports for supply issues, had me worried. That worry was unfounded…

  • Let’s Go Other Sox

    Let’s Go Other Sox

    This year the White Sox performed exactly as I thought they would. They won a bunch of games and coasted to a division tittle but showed they still had a lot of room for growth. The playoff were a different story, and one that was disappointing to watch. They couldn’t hit, they couldn’t pitch, and…

  • Currently Reading

    In the absence of being able to visit musuems, I’ve been looking through art books. It’s not quite the same, but it does give me a chance to get to know an artist or an exhbit that I might not otherwise know. Currently I’ve been reading a Jasper Johns book by Michael Crichton. Yes, the…

  • Art in Quarentine

    I’ve been finding it harder to finish work. Somethings I’ll start throw away. Something will sit in some state of unfinshed. Others I won’t even start. It’s been difficult. I don’t really have the answer, but I’m trying to get myself sketching and making more regularly. I need the outlet.

  • Bathrooms of NYC Art Museums

    Bathrooms of NYC Art Museums

    Limited edition of 20 zines, signed. unlimted unsigned editions. 8 pages, 6 art museums, even more bathrooms. A look at both facts and opinions on the places we excuse our bodies when we go somewhere to excuse our minds. i intended to distribute them by leaving copies in the bathrooms featured. That was the before…