The Series of Cphace

mar 24 – jul 22
Laird’s Cphace images depict natural phenomena such as glaciers, rainforests, plantations, botanical gardens, swamps, reefs, mud flats and coral landscapes. Captured with a converted camera that records infrared waves of the electromagnetic light spectrum that are invisible to the naked eye, the lush images of nature are then cropped and manipulated to create a new original image. The result is a symmetrical image of organic forms with a central axis. Within each image, nature becomes less complex in color but much more complex in its shapes, textures and lines.
Laird lives in Northeast Florida. After receiving a BFA in Graphic Design from the University of North Florida in 1980, he pursued graphic art and photography in advertising, journalism, illustration and commercial work. A redirection in 1997 as a solo photo artist initiated blac palm inc., and later, the DEWEY, his studio and gallery of commercial/fine art photography.
Appleton Museum of Art, 4333 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala, (352) 291-4455.

Author: Arbus

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