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         My work began as simple printing, but soon evolved into complex abstract derivatives of selected images and then into multiple layered expressions. But the vast majority of my images still begin with a rendition of a natural setting or image. My work reflects the pulsing colors, shadows, light movement that I acquired in my stage lighting and mountain photography. My images want to dance, continually unfold, and reveal hidden nuances. I want my colors unusual juxta-positions to not only bathe but seduce the viewer.     I deliberately manipulate the image to achieve movement, texture, color, shadow play, and the illusion of three-dimensional depth – all resulting in what I term “derivative” abstract work.
      My work begins with a natural setting and evolves into complex abstract derivatives of selected images and then into multiple layered images.  It calls upon my photographic and theatrical lighting backgrounds for composition and effect. Each image is produced in concert with a professional lab in Milwaukee that employs a state of the art Durst Lambda printer using a RGB laser to etch brilliant colors on a metallic substrate. The print is bonded between a 3mm layer of PVC and a 95% UV filtering 3mm layer of acrylic.  Every image is uniquely printed as a Limited Edition Print.  - david harrison -
Carlos Acosta on Aire (21" x 17")  Gallaxicized Man Series. Varnished giclee on textured fine art paper. Matted and framed in matching extruded metal. Digitally rendered Durst Lambda metalic image under UV acrylic on  Sintra nestled in floating frame
 Artistic Declaration
Digitally rendered Durst Lambda metalic image under UV acrylic on  Sintra nestled in floating frame