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The size listed for each image represents the largest Ultra-High Definition print that I offer.  Each piece's maximum print size is based off the final print resolution (PPI) so that none of my art, even at their largest, receives any degradation of quality when completed.

Smaller prints can be made upon request.

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"Castalia"  -2018

Greek mythology states that Castalia was the name of the legendary fountain at Delphi, said to inspire genius simply from proximity.  However, in this piece I am not referring directly to Castalia's greek origins but rather its use in the famous literature of Hermann Hesse and his masterwork titled, "The Glass Bead Game".   In the book the glass bead game was an intellectual game designed to enlighten children through its use of rules that involved mathematics, art, self reflection, conflict resolution, music, and culture.  In the story, Castalia was the name of the fictional province in where young students would be sent to study the game in the pursuit of individual enlightenment. 

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(24in x 46in)  =  (61 x 117 cm)

209 megapixels

* Included in the Sands of Time Collection *


"Zero:1"  -2019

The current and future language of the world is not English, Chinese, French, or Spanish.  It's Binary.  The language of ones and zeros is the root of all technology used today.  Where Zero represents "off" (or no power) and One refers to "on", digital transistors and processing units are able to speak to each other and give us the digital infrastructure we depend on.  "Zero:1" was a play on this strange universal constant of dichotomy.  Light:Shadow, Quantum:Galactic, Hot:Cold, Male:Female, and the Yin:Yang are are examples of this fundamental principle.     

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(34 x 34in)  =  (86 x 86 cm)

210 megapixels

* Included in the Op Art Collection *     


"Soulmate" -2019

It is the common understanding that the term "Soulmate" refers to another person whom you share the deepest spiritual bond or cosmic kinship with.  It is my belief that a true Soulmate is one half of a once complete soul that for whatever reason has since been divided.  Dichotomized and left to live out a reality alone, the two individuals must overcome the astronomical odds of finding one another within the vastness of time and space.  If the Soulmates are fortunate enough to cross paths they are not simply meeting each other again. Instead, they are reuniting to become a Whole once more. To coin a phrase, "Two Hearts - One Soul", is fitting.  A Soulmate, in my opinion, is One's other half that fulfills all of the inherent and unchangeable deficits found in themselves due to their shared separation upon genesis.

In this image I use the two refractive fields of apparitional flame to symbolize the two sentient halves of a split soul.  As these halves reach for each other their One Soul is born again from those very flames, observed in the middle as a spectral sphere.  The entire image is framed by a formless gradient of light and fog.    

This special piece is dedicated to my better half, my Wife, my Universe, and my very own Soulmate.  Without her I would be alive but never truly living.  

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(48in x 24in)  =  (123 x 61 cm)

242 megapixels

* Included in the Spiritual Essence Series*     


"Neptune Rising" -2019

In this piece I wanted to create a glimpse into the Abyss.  What is seen is my abstract interpretation of the planet Neptune and its thin icy ring existing at the boundary of the solar system.  Cold and mysterious is holds many secrets that we have yet to discover.  One of which is how something so cold (-214 degrees Celsius) can still be atmospherically active and have wind speeds that exceed 2,200 km/h.  The Galaxy is vast and here in our own little corner we are allowed a glimpse of the enigma that is our Universe.     

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(48in x 37in)  =  (122 x 94 cm)

197 megapixels

* Included in the Celestial Musings Collection *        


"The Endowment" -2019

I spend a great deal of time thinking about the future of Humanity.  I also find myself fantasizing about if there has been or are other Civilizations that have overcome the inherent hurdles associated with sentience.  In this piece, "The Endowment", I wanted to visually conceptualize, as an abstraction, what I thought a gift from an enlightened species may appear as.  Given that such a gift might symbolizes the wisdom needed to achieve our maximum potential, I wanted this piece to have visual value while not being pretentious or flashy.  I was trying to create something with power but also it needed to have an ethereal quality to it.  I used a soft but bright pallet, highly diffused light play, and took a chance with the subtle gold gradient.     

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(48in x 32in) = (122 x 81 cm)

216 megapixels

* Included in the Sands of Time Collection *


"Qubit" -2019

I've been silently observing quantum computing since "D-Wave" initially went public with its technology some 12 years ago.  Recently IBM released the first commercially viable 20 Qubit quantum computing system, which is what inspired the creation of this piece.  A Qubit is short for "Quantum Bit" and is the primary unit of information in a quantum computer processor.  Given the success of Moore's law with conventional computing, it is very likely (given any rate of development) that quantum computing will probably be a significant world mover within the next few decades.

I tried to capture the subatomic weirdness of a Qubit by using a binary color pallet and then adding a gradient of the two - to represent the superposition of a quantum particle.  The particle itself can be seen hovering center with "information" pouring fourth from its pole.  I have also included a hidden symbol in this piece that holds further significance to the subject matter and on a more personal level myself.   

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(34in x 34in) = (86 x 86 cm)

256 megapixels

* Included in the Op Art Collection *


"Mote of Desolation" -2019

A mote is a tiny spec or particle.  In many ancient word of mouth stories, Motes are referred to as tiny specs of energy containing enchanted properties.  For this piece I wanted to use the color pallet of the most highly sought after elements in the timeworn and empty desert regions.  Water and Gold.  I attempted to convey the "magical" essence of what I think a Mote would appear as to those ancient desert travelers seeking the riches of Gold and life sustaining Water.  

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(30in x 50in) = (76 x 127 cm)

201 megapixels

* Included in the Sands of Time Collection *


"Morvarid"  -2018

Morvarid is Persian for "Pearl".  In Persian mythology, a pearl is created only when a rainbow arcs across the Heavens and touches the Earth after a large thunderstorm.  In this piece I tried my hand at creating a physiological Illusion, wherein that the eye(s) are unable to naturally stay focused on one point at a time - and when attempted to do otherwise, causes distortions in the viewers depth of field.  

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(30in x 30in)  =  (76 x 76 cm)

100 megapixels

* Included in the Elemental Tribute Collection *


"Brink"  -2019

The precipice. On the edge. Walking a tightrope. Point of no return. These are all colloquialisms used today to describe humanity's current status regarding countless dire situations.  What crisis of the week will end us? This is the question we are left to ask ourselves day in and day out.  However, I don't think it is the right question we should be asking.  The reality is We are in fact on the brink of catastrophe and we always have been.  There are literally an infinite number (yes an Infinite) of things that could erase our existence whether over time or in an instant. In a true mathematical sense when calculating 'Universe' sized odds, the very reality of us surviving a single day are ∞ to one.  As a collective of sentient creatures always on the Brink of certain non-existence, how then do we manage to defy all odds and make it another day?  Our question should not be, "what is going to destroy us next?", but rather, "what keeps the Universe from acting out its probabilistic conclusion day after day?"  

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(50in x 25in)  =  (127 x 63.5 cm)

265 megapixels

* Included in the Op Art Collection *


"Paradiso"  -2019

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UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(60in x 27in)  =  (152 x 69 cm)

290 megapixels

* Included in the Spiritual Essence Collection *


"Entanglement" -2019

"Quantum entanglement is a quantum mechanical phenomenon in which the quantum states of two or more objects have to be described with reference to each other, even though the individual objects may be spatially separated." 

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(34 x 34in)  =  (86 x 86 cm)

260 Megapixels

* Included in the Op Art Collection *        


"Jewel of Cydonia" -2018

Cydonia is an area located on the surface of Mars.  It's home to some very interesting and unexplained geological features.  

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(60in x 21in)  =  (152 x 53 cm)

237 megapixels

* Included in the Sands of Time Collection *


"Peter's Key" -2019

In Christian mythos, St. Peter is said to be the gatekeeper to the kingdom of Heaven.  His Keys are used to open the Angelic gates for the soul's He deems worthy of allowance.  In this piece I wanted to promote the feeling of being surrounded by loosely defined light.  The "Key(s)" I have represented here are also a conceptual play on what a higher dimensional geometric shape would appear as - to our three dimensional perspective.  The gates, in abstract, appear to be gently looming directly in the background.    

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(56in x 28in)  =  (147 x 66 cm)

242 megapixels

* Included in the Spiritual Essence Series *


"Monochromatic Meditation" -2013

In physics, monochromatic refers to the use of a single frequency or wavelength.  In meditation, the goal is often to become one with Universe or of One wavelength.

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

193 Megapixels

* Part of the Meditation Series *


"Trans." -2019

In this piece I wanted to showcase the fluidity of Gender and Sexuality.  The lines between masculine and feminine seem clear but I wanted to be sure the work still lacked definition.  Instead what I have tried to create was an honest representation of how many people feel about their personal identity, specifically gender.  There is a lot of sexual symbolism present in this image.  I won't lie, it was rather fun to create.   

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(30in x 47in)  =  (76 x 120 cm)

206 megapixels

* Included in the Elemental Tribute Collection * 


"Sakkaku" -2018

The term Sakkaku is Japanese for Optical Illusion.  Op Art (short for "Optical Art") was a movement that started in the 1960's.  It was born from the visually mesmerizing works of both Bridget Riley and Victor Vasarely.  This piece is a modern interpretation of their original black and white works. 

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(30in x 30in)  =  (76 x 76 cm)

100 megapixels

* Included in the Op Art Collection *        


"21 grams" -2019

The weight of a soul as proposed by MacDougall's early 20th century experiment.  It was his belief that the soul must have mass and he devised an experiment to weigh the loss of mass of a person at the moment of death.  While it's never been successfully repeated MacDougall's original experiment concluded that the mass of a soul was close to 21 grams.    

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(48in x 27in)  =  (122 x 68 cm)

269 megapixels

* Included in the Sands of Time Collection *


"Hathor's Tear" -2018

Hathor was an ancient Egyptian Goddess and Sky Deity.  She was often revered as one of the few celestials to take on the role of "The Eye of Ra".  Hathor was attributed to love, beauty, motherhood, and joy.  This piece presents the truth that not all tears are born from sadness.   

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(26in x 35in) = (66 x 89 cm)

133 megapixels

* Included in the Spiritual Essence Collection *


"Ethereal Wisp" -2018

Wisps, not unlike motes, are tiny magical particles that contain great power.  This piece is very large yet has little weight.  Airy in nature and full of detail, these wisps can provide ambiance and help lighten any environment.  

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(40in x 24in) = (102 x 61 cm)

154 megapixels

* Included in the Celestial Musings Collection *        


"Farcaster"  -2018

The term "Farcaster" derives from the Hugo award winning fictional series written by Dan Simmons.  In the novels, Farcasters are a means in which people are able to travel through space and time covering impossibly large distances in seconds.  These gates or portals allow for an unprecedented exploration of the known fictional Universe.  Crypto archaeologists have often argued that here on Earth there once existed gates such as the Farcasters Simmons had written about.  Most arguments are speculative but do point out some very intriguing mysteries.  Examples of such would be the "The Gate of the Gods" in Peru and the "Gate of the Sun" in Bolivia.  These so called gates are intricately carved doors that have no apparent entrance or exit.  Given the time period of creation it seems quite a enigma that ancient people, using bone and stone tools, would spend so much time and energy carving into some of the hardest rock on the planet to construct a door to nothing.  

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(42in x 28in)  =  (107 x 71 cm)

171  megapixels

* Included in the Hyperchromatic Collection *


"Lucent in tenebris" -2019

Lucent in tenebris is French and the motto of the very old Moran and Morin clans.  It's intended meaning is, "They Shine in Darkness".  In this piece, I took inspiration from the Morin family crest.  I used the yellows and black that make up the crest and tried to symbolize the stars of virtue and piety as the cosmic scape being reflected from the unseen field.  I wanted this piece to invoke a sense of observing a celestial beacon within the timeless void.

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(26in x 43in)  =  (66 x 109 cm)

194 megapixels

* Included in the Celestial Musings Collection *        


"Echo Chamber"  -2019

There are several uses for the term 'Echo Chamber' currently used in today's lexicon.  In this piece I was thinking more about the adverse effects of social algorithms and peoples natural state of naivete.  When we experience the world digitally, through selected channels, we inevitably find that the information we observe has been preselected based on our own individual notions and beliefs.  At first glance this seems helpful, however what concludes is that each person becomes shielded from external ideas, new information, other social groups, and opposing beliefs.  The Echo Chamber is the place where one's reality is, "...reinforced through repetition of a closed system that does not allow for the free movement of alternative or competing ideas or concepts."

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(34 x 34in)  =  (86 x 86 cm)

256 megapixels

* Included in the Op Art Collection *         


"Ixchel"  -2017

Ixchel is Mayan for "The Rainbow Lady" or the Goddess of Earth, Moon, and medicine.  She was among the most powerful and influential deities of the ancient Maya and celebrated for her healing powers.  Here I used the entire spectrum of visible color geometrically portrayed and then refracted to represent the physical light distortion in a droplet of water.  In the middle is a small lotus-like mandala that's found in many Mayan textile patterns.  It also acts as a small but beautiful anchor for the entire piece.

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond 

(48in x 25in)  =  (122 x 62 cm)

166 megapixels

* Included in the Hyperchromatic Collection *


"Aion" - 2018 

The time represented by Aion is unbounded.  The Greek deity of cyclic time, Aion was the counterpart to Chronos and his empirical time of past, present, and future.  Aion has been often represented by a simple ring, the infinity loop, a ouroboros, or a cosmically unbound sphere.  This work represents my visual interpretation of Aion and 'his' empyreal role amongst the greater Pantheon. 

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(26in x 37in)  =  (66 x 94 cm)

171 megapixels

* Included in the Celestial Musings Collection *        


"Nucleon"  -2018

In quantum physics a Nucleon can be used as a term to describe both Protons and Neutrons.  Inside nucleons are quarks, the smallest and most fundamental particles known to man.  These incomprehensible bits of space and matter seem to defy logic and when observed reveal some incredible mysteries regarding the fabric of space-time itself.  In this piece(s) I wanted to convey both the secret nature and simplistic beauty of the particles that make up the Universe as we experience it. 

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(36in x 36in)  =  (91 x 91 cm)  [max size for each]

324 megapixels

* Included in the Sands of Time Collection *


"Lazurite"  -2018

This work was born from the meditations of the winter solstice and the complex emotions infused into its concept.  At first glance it represents beauty, natural patterns, pureness, things to come, and conclusion.  Nonetheless, with further thought we uncover that the winter solstice also represents a time of deep contemplation and sometimes the foreboding of the unknown.  What awaits just outside the safety of the light and within the abyss?   

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(48in x 27in)  =  (122 x 68 cm)

180 megapixels

* Included in the Elemental Tribute Collection *


"White Raven"  -2018

In the oral culture of the Mandan, an old Native American tribe from the central US, the White Raven was said to pose as an omen.  The observed passage of the White Raven in the distant future would herald a grim and bitter end to the World.  I think the Mandan people saw the color of the Raven as an interesting play on a "Pure Creature" bearing the darkest news.  This is not entirely unlike the notion of a holy Archangel being a harbinger of death.  There is something interesting about humans interest in defined and abstract contrasts.  We inherently seek them out and if we can't find them we create them. 

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(34 x 34in)  =  (86 x 86 cm)

241 megapixels

* Included in the Op Art Collection *        


"Prisma" -2019

Simply put "Prisma" is the plural of prismes (Italian for Prism).  In this piece I wanted to contrast my usual style of curves and muted pallets.  

UHD Inkjet Print on Acrylic Glass · Mounted to Aluminum Dibond

(30in x 41in)  =  (76 x 104 cm)

267 megapixels

* Included in the Hyperchromatic Collection *


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