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SHARDS OF ILLUSION

Photo-collage, Photo-mosaic, Photocollage, Photography, Photomosaic

Reality is subjective. Held together by fragments of memory stored in the depths of our unconscious, it can be shattered at the slightest provocation. This series of photo-mosaic murals examines this fragility, an essential aspect of the human condition.

My process is simple. Like a child on the floor with a jigsaw puzzle in hand, I cut, tape, layer, and shape images to assemble my truth, to explore universal truth, and to create a way of seeing the unseen. Neither a computer nor Photoshop was used. This series was first exhibited in 2013 at A.P.E. Gallery.

Quabbin Reservoir

Quabbin Reservoir

Ware, Massachusetts 2008 Photomosaic 41x63 inches

Winter Vineyard

Winter Vineyard

Montague, Massachusetts 2008 Photomosaic 28x61 inches

Avenida Francisco del Rosario Sánchez

Avenida Francisco del Rosario Sánchez

Samaná, Dominican Republic 2012 Photomosaic 30x63 inches

Albero della Vita

Albero della Vita

Ghent, New York 2013 Photomosaic 60x78 inches

 I C U

I C U

Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York 2007 Photomosaic 55x69 inches

View from South End of York Island

View from South End of York Island

York Island, Maine 2008 Photomosaic 27x91 inches

Collection of Emory University Healthcare, Winship Cancer Institute, Atlanta, Georgia

Hawkeye in the Chicken Coop

Hawkeye in the Chicken Coop

Isle au Haut, Maine 2012 Photomosaic 29x48 inches

Path to Bonticou Crag

Path to Bonticou Crag

Mohonk Preserve, Gardner, New York 2009 Photomosaic 35x57 inches

Projectile Dysfunction

Projectile Dysfunction

Washington, DC 2006 Photomosaic 34x47 inches

The Turnip Yard at High Tide with Morning Fog

The Turnip Yard at High Tide with Morning Fog

Isle au Haut, Maine 2008 Photo-mosaic 35x75

Scrub Pine on Bungie Head

Scrub Pine on Bungie Head

Isle au Haut, Maine 2010 Photo-mosaic 50x66

Magic on Washington Ave

Magic on Washington Ave

Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, New York 2007 29x33