After capturing black and white images of abandoned history, architecture, landscapes, and streetscapes
for many years, I decided to photographically explore texture. Garments and textiles very quickly became
my subjects. This project has generated controversial discussions over the large number of everyday
domestically available objects made outside the United States.
This series is popular with the Feng Shui community, as it offers Feng Shui art for the black, gray, and
white elements of the Bagua.
|Made in Indonesia #1 2006
|Made in Indonesia #2 2006
|Made in Bangladesh (exp. 1) 2006
|Made in Turkey #1 (exp. 1) 2006
|Made in Bangladesh (exp. 2) 2006
|Made in Bangladesh (exp. 3) 2006
|Made in Turkey #1 (exp. 2) 2006
|Made in Turkey #1 (exp. 3) 2006
All photographs are original fiber based selenium toned gelatin silver prints
printed by the photographer. Each is titled, signed, dated, numbered, and
matted using archival acid-free white matting, mounting, and backing
materials. Price includes postage, insurance, and domestic US shipping.
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Photography and are not to be printed or reproduced in any manner without
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