Viruses can’t be seen, but their damage to lives is undeniable. This work-in-progress is a visual response to two viruses that surfaced in 2020.
Hello, I’m Jonah. My art focuses on a 19th-century photographic printing process called cyanotype—giving my photographs its deep cyan-blue color. My art is quiet and introspective, and the color supports the feeling of my work.
An accountant discovers a crack in reality that sends him to the ends of the earth so he can face what his life may or may not be. So begins Part I of A Million Suns story.
What happens in a boy’s life in One Day? A whole lot of things—if you ask this four-year-old boy. The adventure continues in Part II of A Million Suns Trilogy.
Every person has a story to tell. What is yours?
Three Rational Reasons to Believe in Synchronicity (synchronicity, carl jung)
I have great news to share in this blog post!
The image above won the GRAND PRIZE in the New York Center for Photographic Art (NYC4PA) competition!
You won’t believe it, but I was not going to submit to this competition. Thanks to synchronicity, I ended up submitting right at the deadline!
Have you experienced synchronicities (“meaningful coincidences”) but ignored them because it’s too irrational and out there? Then you’re a synchronicity skeptic! For many years, I was skeptical of Jung’s idea too. But what if there are rational ways to justify the belief in synchronicity? You might be amazed at how mysterious your life is!
What is a Cyanotype? (cyanotype process)
When I show my artwork to friends and people who’ve never seen antique photographs, this question is usually the first they ask: what is a cyanotype?