A public art installation in Amarillo, TX created in 1974 as a gesture to materialism in America. The original installation consisted of 10 Cadillacs built between 1949 and 1963. The cars used to be solid pastel colors, but over time, the installation became a living sculpture.
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Self taught photographer working with some of the best people in the field from Neiman Marcus,
Williams-Sonoma and Nike, I was able to gain knowledge and appreciation for the process and my technique. Seeing things from at least two perspectives would lead me to continue to create introspective bodies of work that play with the mind and the eyes. Using Light as my main subject, I am able to illuminate the subtleties of life, death, color, contrast, texture and emotion.
My work is a result of continued hard work and perseverence. Working with designers along the west coast, Chicago and firms in New York, I never cease to get inspired by and motivate the people surrounding me.
Clients consist of art collectors in Southern California and the Pacific Northwest, The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Hewlett-Packard, Inc.