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…seductive to the core, she lies patiently awaiting the day to deflower virgins… Inspired by an extremely unusual beer made with wild strains of brettanomyces yeast that Belgian brewers have used for centuries to make a style of beer called lambic. The brew is called Depuceleuse which, according the Avery Brewing Company (located in Boulder, Continue Reading

Two part series inspired by a visit to the city of Orvieto, located in central region of Italy called Umbria, also most commonly known as The Green Heart of Italy. Orvieto is a city that has a tremendous amount of character and is one of the most attractive cities in Italy to visit, conveniently located Continue Reading

A classic still life, which we accustomed to see painted by old masters, does not only decorate the wall, but cuts it through and opens a three-dimensional space of associations. In this study, you see a classic still life (painted) vs. abstract interpretation captured by a photo camera; elements which are out of focus on Continue Reading

The Beguines were a religious movement of single or widowed women (where they lived and prayed) who wanted to live in a pious way but outside the walls of a convent or monastery. The last Beguinage nun left in 1927 and since then it has been home to a community of Benedictine nuns. The tranquil Continue Reading

[de-cay] – decompose, rot, putrefy, spoil. All these words mean to undergo destructive dissolution and break down by chemical change when applied to organic matter. However, in this rendition, in addition to decomposition, an object undergoes dehydration process, which abnormally depletes body fluids of an object. A triptych consists of three panels 12″ x 24″. Other sizes available Continue Reading

A recent trip to Zurich, Switzerland inspired creation of new series – “Urban Geometry”. The following series of images investigate the influence of color, shapes and planes on a human in an urban setting and how rarely do we appreciate the hidden beauty of simple lines, elements and the physical pattern of urban infrastructure in our every day Continue Reading

Two additions to Italian Series, have been inspired by a recent trip to Orvieto, the most striking, memorable, and enjoyable hill town in central Italy. Town of Orvieto sits high above the valley floor atop a big chunk of “tufo” (a porous volcanic rock formed by precipitation of calcium carbonate from water) and a vast Continue Reading

Dry Ice, which is frozen carbon dioxide, unlike most solids, does not melt into a liquid, but instead changes directly into a gas. This process is called sublimation. With little creativity and my experimental personality I entered the world of unknown and unexpected. After being warned what “not to do” with dry ice, I started Continue Reading

Balance series were influenced by Zen gardens, originating with Buddhist monks centuries ago, combining a balance of natural and architectural elements and a blend of humble, simple design juxtaposed with natural wonders. These gardens offer tranquility, beauty galore, and balance through the principle of (female) yin and the (male) yang. Every facet of a Zen Continue Reading

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