Altered Perceptions at Metro Hall extended through March

One of the longest running Louisville Photo Biennial exhibitions just got extended and I’m happy to say that you can continue to see my work at Mayor Greg Fischers Gallery at Louisville Metro Hall through March 2018. “Altered Perceptions”, is a Louisville Visual Arts exhibition and curated by the amazing Keith Waits.

From left to right: Citron, Sepia, Verde, Indigo, Digital Image Transfers on Milled Aluminum.


Altered Perceptions” features three artists who use a photographic image as a means to an end. I, along with C.J. Pressma and Mitch Eckert illustrate ways in which photography can be employed outside of the traditional realms of 2-d presentation.


Ode to the Olds (left) and Flying Lotus (right)


For years, my goal has been to keep a hands-on approach in processing digital imagery.  In this show, I feature not only some of my recent work incorporating digital image transfers onto wood and metal substrates but also exhibit some of my photo encaustics from the Tiny World Series, pictured below.


Images from the Tiny World Series.


Go see this exhibit!  My work is featured on the fourth floor by the elevators. Metro Hall is located at 527 West Jefferson St in downtown Louisville.  Hours of operation are Monday – Friday from 8:30AM to 4:30PM.

The exhibit has been extended through March 2018.