On my first visit to Yellowstone, I was amazed at the number of bison throughout the park. It was wonderful to see the species thriving and vibrant at the park. This image captured the old west feel of the bison as they roamed the plain.
While staying at a lodge at Glacier National Park, I noticed this skull fabricated from hubcaps hanging outside the lodge. It really seemed to speak to me, especially with the “old west” treatment I gave the image in the studio.
Recycled is available through my online gallery, and is available in a variety of sizes.
Over the last few years, I’ve begun taking to seasons of cycling on the Katy Trail here in east central Missouri. One particular morning on the trail, the sun filtered through the canopy of trees, and I found myself facing a brilliant light show upon the trail.
Katy’s Light is available through my online gallery, and is available in a variety of sizes.
For those folks that frequented the site a couple of years ago, you probably remember that I was trying to post new images weekly — a “photo of the week.” This is a great goal, but it’s also at once both limiting and obligatory, and I had trouble living up to it: too much life and not enough time. This year brings a new look to the site (which is continuing to be fine tuned), and a new approach to releasing my work. It’s what I call “fresh art.”
“Fresh Art” are images that could be images from old film or newly photographed digital. The thing they all have in common is that they are gaining focus as a new release from my studio. They’re announced here, as well as on my blog, and are made available for purchase on my online Yessy Art Gallery. Some of these images will also be hung at Framations Art Gallery, or soon will be.
Please check back for new pieces as they appear. Let me know what you like, and why, and definitely let me know if there are images you’ve seen from me that you’d like to see featured here and in the galleries, both online and brick and mortar. Enjoy!