My first solo photography exhibition took place in March, 2018, at a local gallery called Gallery 24 in Rochester, MN. I called it "Light Chaser", and it featured color photos I arranged into a color spectrum known by the oft-repeated and much-maligned acronym, ROYGBIV. Photographers and scientists alike (I'm both) have been on the quest to better understand light, and I would say both are motivated by a quest for beauty. "Light Chaser" was my attempt to express that quest and seek beauty.
The exhibit consisted of 24 panels, three images per panel, grouped into reds, oranges, yellows, greens, blues, and violets (with apologies to indigo). The display was 30 feet long once it was hung, with two rows of twelve panels each.
The original panels are now up for sale here. Each panel is 30 inches by 10 inches, and the photo is mounted on black styrene. Each is unique, and I will not produce copies of any of them. You will own the original panel as it appeared in the "Light Chaser" exhibit. I am selling them unframed. Some of the individual images found in the panels are available as standalone reprints. Contact us if you have questions about acquiring an individual image.
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