Unbound13! at Candela Books + Gallery

June 24, 2024

This limited edition 3D-printed sculpture of an Antarctic glacier is on view in an exhibition opening in Richmond, VA, on July 5 from 6 to 9 pm. It’s included in “Unbound13!,” Candela Books + Gallery’s annual survey of “40+ strong works representing a range of concepts…and applications of the photographic medium.” In this case, the … Read More

Walking in Antarctica at the Fairfield University Art Museum — New Online Videos

May 20, 2024

Above: Blue Fractals, Erebus Ice Tongue Cave is the subject of an “Art in Focus” conversation led by Fairfield University Art Museum Curator of Education Michelle DiMarzo on March 14 while Walking in Antarctica was on view there, now available on YouTube.   During February-March, the Fairfield University Art Museum hosted the exhibition and a … Read More

Walking in Antarctica Coming to the Fairfield University Art Museum

January 16, 2024

Above: Blue Fractals, Erebus Ice Tongue Cave will be the subject of an “Art in Focus” conversation led by Fairfield University Art Museum Curator of Education Michelle DiMarzo on March 14 while Walking in Antarctica is on view there.   Here is some updated information if you are interested in attending my slide talk and the opening … Read More

JMore Living Interview

December 31, 2023

Writer Jonathan Shorr interviewed me for the Baltimore magazine JMore Living and did a great job of condensing a two-hour conversation about how my artistic inspirations led to my projects in Antarctica and Greenland. The article was published in the November 2023 print issue.

Kangerlussuaq Museum Exhibition

October 23, 2023

The exhibition I researched, photographed and designed for the Kangerlussuaq Museum opened on September 7 with a wonderful and heartwarming program attended by the American consul at the US Consulate in Nuuk (the exhibit was funded by the US Embassy in Copenhagen Small Grant Program), Greenland’s capital, and the deputy mayor of Kangerlussuaq, both of … Read More

Two Bears and Variations 30th Anniversary

August 31, 2023

In 1993, I painted the constellation-themed mural Two Bears and Variations on the side of 1224 W. Lombard Street in the Sowebo section of Baltimore. The design was selected from submissions to the Baltimore Mural Program by the community association. I based it on a series of small paintings I had made inspired by Baroque star … Read More

Walking in Antarctica — in California

June 26, 2023

That’s my tent at the Lake Hoare field camp in the photo above — now on view from June 16 to August 6 at the Temecula Valley Art Museum in Temecula, California, as one of the 33 photographs and 4 sculptures in my traveling solo exhibition Walking in Antarctica. Bring your cellphone and earphones and … Read More

Tributo: A Tribute to Ice in Argentina

June 26, 2023

Passersby in Buenos Aires can see Fractal Arch, Erebus Ice Tongue Cave, my photograph of baroque ice formations against the baroque revival design of the exterior the Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes. You might be surprised to learn that this gorgeous building in the style of a French renaissance palace covered in some 300,000 glazed ceramic … Read More

Life Cycles — Los Angeles Center for Photography — In-Person & Online Exhibition

March 25, 2023

4/5/23 Update to Original Post: I’ve been photographing Los Angeles’s Indian laurel fig street trees for years and Green Dot, Manchester Avenue, Los Angeles will be shown in LA in Life Cycles, an upcoming group exhibition exploring our relationships with nature in an urban environment sponsored by the Los Angeles Center for Photography. One of … Read More

Online Features: Lenscratch and Call for Entry

February 13, 2023

Walking in Antarctica was featured in a post by Aline Smithson on her popular photoblog Lenscratch.com with photographs and text. And my Greenland project was featured on Call for Entry’s social media as part of their ongoing #rechargethearts series. Read them and see the rest of the photos here: Lenscratch | @callforentry