What Remains

Fall 2020 and continuing.

Bones are intriguing as representations of both life and death. Being framework for many, they can be strong and dense as well as beautiful and delicate. These characteristics are part of the reason they make important appearances throughout my work. Here they lie abandoned; left behind for the world to do as they will with them. These bones, half-eaten and decomposing, are seen by most to no longer hold the life they once supported before death. This work will provide a different perspective of the remnants of life so the world may see its beauty and contemplate what remains after death. I am using a Holga plastic Canon mount lens to portray the rawness and reality of my work and the conceptual aspects as well.