Concordia | Washington
A Note from the artist
It's like an eclectic rhapsody, something harmonious but incongruent. Yes, that's it: an incongruent harmony. What is the Latin word for this term? "qum et sine Concordia.”
The pattern in these pylons brought me back to life after a long day of hiking/scouting while driving by in that familiar mind fog at 60mph. I'm not sure how inspiration like that works but after a few miles of chewing on the idea I turning around and headed back along Rustin Way in Tacoma Washington. I walked the rocky beach for a half hour noting the light, the current, the drifts of fog, and the birds. There were dozens of birds. I chose this composition for its harmony and its discord. With the sun setting behind me and the most rowdy of the flock gone I settled in for several long exposures. When blue hour set in and my camera back began glowing blue I started getting excited.
Edition of 50.
About the prints: I print on a premium substrate that is unparalleled in depth and luminosity. The material refracts light in such a way that light travels laterally through the paper as well as reflects to the audience creating a brilliant effect that many mistake to be rear illumination. Each print is then face mounted to acrylic and sandwiched to a protective backing. The artwork is then framed or a recessed mount is added to the back to float on the wall. I offer Tabacchino and other handmade framing options. Available starting 24”x60” 28”x72” 32”x84” 36”x96” and custom sizes. Below are examples in 4” frames with and without liners. More arrangements are available. Liners are available in Black, White, Beige. See FRAMES in the menu above for more frames and liner options.