‘Untitled 01/2015’

‘UNTITLED 01/2015’ is the 2nd exploration in my new ‘MetalWorx Series‘. I like the minimalism of a metallic surface. This all starts with camera capture of multiple surfaces. I’ll explore the shape and directionality of light, I can create in these ‘Altered Geometries‘. This is experimental and great fun for me. If you like it… let me know and spread it around. If you…

‘New Metal World’

‘New Metal World’ is my first creation of 2015. I’m not sure what to make of it… It’s metal and it is a little DARK. It just seemed appropriate for 2015. A sterile armored world or a metal cocoon? I’m not sure what we need… but this is probably not it!

‘La Basilique (Sacre Coeur)’

Paris en hiver est Magique! ‘La Basilique’ is another from my Mylar Series, in the winter of 2001. Even when the weather is bad; the light is interesting and of course the French are even more charming, in the Winter… These images were made “in camera” on film using large distortable Mylar mirrors.

‘Jupiter’s Influence’

From my 2001, Paris Mylar Series, ‘Jupiter’s Influence’ like all in this series, was shot into a large distortable Mylar mirror. Paris in the Winter, has its own charm…

‘Organo Mecano’

‘‘ORGANO MECANO’ was inspired by Granville Island, here in Vancouver. Is it a photograph? Yes, it’s glass, metal, organic growth and computer work…

‘Taos Pueblo Cubic World’

Taos Pueblo is steeped in tradition. It’s residents continue their time honoured ways, with some select 21st Century adaptation. Their sacred mountain behind them, is the center of their world. We owe them a debt, for keeping this place the way it has been for so many hundreds of years. It was too mystical for a ‘straight shot’.

‘House Study #8’

Canadian House of Commons inspired ‘House Study #8′-48″x96″. In spite of the “Ruff and Tumble” proceedings that regularly unfold in this chamber, it has a been and remains; a ‘gem’ of Canadian Heritage. We owe a debt to the architects, stone masons, carpenters, electricians and maintenance crews that keep her looking great! You can see more of this series at http://www.christhomas.com