This work is from the 1970’s. I was on a seeing quest – a voracious seeing – covering a wide variety of subject matter but always with a slightly surreal twist. From commonplace urban and natural details to portraits, to street photography, I was seeing intensely. I was standing apart, like an anthropologist in my seeing. The series shows a transition from the 8” x 10” camera and precise studies of “significant” objects and details, to small camera journalistic work with a more social awareness then transitioning to work in the mid 70’s in Albuquerque NM with a cooler more detached point of view. I feel that my sense of wonder at intensely seeing the “commonplace” still resides in the work.
All works are archival pigment prints on Epson Ultrasmooth Fine Art paper using the latest Epson HDR pigment based inks. Vintage silver prints made in the 1970’s are available in limited quantities, size 8” x10”.
All images are available as archival pigment prints using Epson’s latest HDR inks. Please go to the Print Sales page on this website if interested in purchase of the work. Vintage silver prints made in the 1970’s are available in limited quantities, size 8” x10”. Please contact Eric if interested. Digital rights are copyrighted but one time use is available. Please contact Eric to make an inquiry.