Bread of Life

This piece was commissioned by JD Wetherspoon for the Silver Penny Pub on Abbey Street, Dublin. It is 3.5 metres x 1.5 metres. Can be viewed at any time the bar is open.

The Erosion of Eden

Printed on Dibond. 3 Panels 100cm x 70cm each

The Erosion of Eden  makes use of the triptych format. The image depicts one scene: a landmass that provides a rich, unkempt, and decaying environment. Both of these eroded landmasses are strewn with “found” objects, some a testament to the throw-away society we live in, others gifts from nature. They serve as symbols of hope, negligence, reverence, destruction, ignorance, awe, and desolation. All reference mortality, impermanence, and the widespread and consequential harm that is being done to plants and animals that are trying to adapt to new conditions. 

It's still a Beautiful World

Printed on Dibond. 176cm x 99cm, in floater frame.

 

"Your photography was included in the Art Photography Collection and was presented at a private reception hosted at: 

Musee du Louvre

75058 Paris - France

July 13th, 2015

It's been an honor to have your work included. Thank you for sharing your photography with us and with the world. " William Etundi Junior, Patron of the Arts New York.

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Life is Beautiful but....

Printed on Dibond. 176cm x 99cm, in floater frame.

The lost Moon