Unstructured                                                                                                           2009

We tend to think of things found in nature as beautiful, ordered and structured. But what's left after the enchantment of life is gone. What lies on the other side. Can beauty be found in the decayed corpse of a moth or the cracked hull of a nut? This work examines the narrow passage between life and death. My intention is to make ambiguous images that represent larger concepts and not necessarily the object itself.

SNAKE-SKIN.jpg
SNAKE-SKIN.jpg
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Danaus-Plexippus.jpg
Danaus-Plexippus.jpg
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Snake-Bones.jpg
Snake-Bones.jpg
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Rudbeckia.jpg
Rudbeckia.jpg
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RAPTOR-TALON.jpg
RAPTOR-TALON.jpg
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PTEROPHULLA.jpg
PTEROPHULLA.jpg
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Moth.jpg
Moth.jpg
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MANDIBLE.jpg
MANDIBLE.jpg
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LIPELULA MUERTA.jpg
LIPELULA MUERTA.jpg
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Leaf.jpg
Leaf.jpg
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FLOWER-PRINT.jpg
FLOWER-PRINT.jpg
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DRY-BERRIES.jpg
DRY-BERRIES.jpg
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CRACKED-HULL.jpg
CRACKED-HULL.jpg
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Baby-bluebird.jpg
Baby-bluebird.jpg
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CARPOS.jpg
CARPOS.jpg
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ANCHOVY-HEAD.jpg
ANCHOVY-HEAD.jpg
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