One of the pieces I sold last night after my artist’s talk at @LeicaGalleryBoston- thanks so much to everyone who came out!
For those of you wondering- YES, YOU CAN BUY PRINTS ONLINE. How?
Send an email to: email@example.com & request a PDF of the exhibit catalog/price list- from there, you can contact the gallery to order what you want.
Yes, the gallery will ship prints. Yes, the prints will be signed & numbered by me. No, these are not open edition- all prints are in a limited edition of 10 prints per photo. No, I am not the one receiving these emails or doing the shipping, the gallery is (thank God, I would make a mess of it!) Cheers!
Title: Inverted Perspective
Location: Oak Island, NC
Print: 12x18 color digital inkjet print on Hahnemühle bamboo fine art paper
Edition: 1 of 10
Notes: Take care with the manner in which you move through the world, because everything is connected, even if you cannot perceive that connection. With our limited field of perspective, we often cannot even imagine the consequences of seemingly inconsequential acts- strings of events are put into motion that sometimes take days, weeks, months, years, decades, or even millennia to reach their conclusions. This is the infamous "butterfly effect" of chaos theory mathematics- a diluted version of this theory has been absorbed into popular culture, causing some people to think that they can find the causative nature of everything if they just follow a thread back far enough. I do not believe that to be true- sometimes things just happen, both good & bad. But I do believe that, relative to the universe, we live in a small, closed system– both on our planet, and in our increasingly connected global society. Therefore, in a small, closed system, our actions do have definitive consequences. So be careful how you move, act, speak, & think. Every now and then, try to step back and look at everything from a different perspective, both large & small. Sometimes, if you look deeply at something small, you can see that the entire connected world is in your hands, just as this crystal ball is in mine. Treat it with care.