[vimeo:http://vimeo.com/53917349%5D Imagine a cube van transformed into a camera. This project reminds me of early landscape photographers who traveled North America documenting the natural wonders. The images captured here are post industrial natural wonders ... people who have survived. The narrative is a bit sentimental, but the beautiful silver images, great storytelling are worth every … Continue reading Telling stories with single images
My brother's voice has faded to a whisper. We're not sure what the problems is, but I'm worried about what this means. Click on the play button to hear my full post while you watch this slideshow:
New Painting: Reflections 2009 -- I'll start 2010 with good intentions to post here more often. Despite my best efforts I was unable to keep a consistent flow of ideas in 2009. Perhaps this painting is an appropriate image to start with. Reflections 2009 is a piece I struggled with over the summer and fall. … Continue reading Turning Reflections 2009 upside down
It amazes me how proximity to great art inspires, perhaps requires one to respond, to dig deep, to examine one's own emotions and motivations for making art.
partsource_evening Originally uploaded by dwightstorring I can feel the cold seeping into my feet through the soles of my boots as I stand in a snowbank in Bancorft, Ontario. The store is surprisingly inviting and cozy with the rock face looming just behind it, but its jaundiced presence – literal and figurative – puts me … Continue reading Auto Parts Winter Evening