BACK IN THE USSA

BACK IN THE USSA

Seattle has certainly earned it’s place in rock and roll history from Hendrix to Pearl Jam.  With all of the home-grown talent it struck me as odd when I heard about the 16 foot bronze monument of Lennon in the Fremont neighborhood known for it’s quirkiness.  I had heard that the statue could be purchased so subconsciously  I was thinking of John from the Beatles For Sale period.

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CLUSTER INVITATIONAL EXHIBITION

CLUSTER INVITATIONAL EXHIBITION

Cluster: “A group of similar things or people positioned or occurring closely together.”  I admire the implied confidence when an effort that is targeted by critics is entitled in a manner that invites the less-than-inspired pundit to take a cheap shot.  Like naming an album Bad or a band Garbage or an invitational art show made up of divergent talent as a Cluster.  For me this show has special meaning as the “people positioned or occurring closely together” in this case would be Jesse MyersMyles Pettengill and  myself.

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TOM PETTY / ALL THE REST

TOM PETTY / ALL THE REST

Original cover for Greatest Hits, this was the very first image I ever digitally manipulated for publication.  In those days it was a trying process, sometimes I still wake up screaming with this image in my head.

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GROUNDED

GROUNDED

In 2004 USC’s Hoyt Gallery was founded by Keck Medical School faculty members intent on engaging medical students with the arts. My series Grounded is currently hanging as part of the gallery’s Spring group show.

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HOYT GALLERY ART EXHIBIT

HOYT GALLERY ART EXHIBIT

I was honored to be invited by USC to exhibit my work in the HSC’s sixth art show at the Hoyt Gallery in Los Angeles. Work from around the globe from several photographers was on display and the imagery ran from the abstract to the sublime.

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