Flight Patterns is focused on interpretive visual perspective from above with emphasis on the organic and naturalistic.
Available only in large scale, these images invite the viewer to step into the door-less helicopter and to accompany the artist thousands of feet above the earth to experience the freedom and joy of the unencumbered vista below.
Printed on Fujiflex Crystal Archival paper and mounted frameless under TruLife non-glare, 99% UV protected, scratch resistant, museum grade optically clear acrylic to further enhance the purity and freedom of the viewing experience. A French cleat mounting museum back provides for easy wall hanging.
An entrepreneur and avid photographer for most of his professional life, Donn Delson's
artistic efforts at 74 years old are focused on large-scale aerial art shot from helicopters at heights often over two miles above the earth.
“I present my work exclusively in large scale to give viewers the opportunity to immerse themselves in the freedom of the experience, and to share the joy of being up there with me looking out without doors onto the magnificence of our world.”
As Donn’s travels have carried him throughout the world, from Japan to The Netherlands, England to Israel, and across the United States, he has discovered colors, patterns, and symmetry, both natural and man-made, that appear so different from their land-based reality that without close observation, are often abstract and unrecognizable. These images take on an entirely new identity, paving the way for a transformative experience, and allowing collectors to see the world from an entirely unique perspective.
His fine art limited edition works have been featured in dozens of major art shows and fairs internationally.
Represented by a number of exceptional galleries, his work enjoys an extensive and active private and corporate collector base worldwide.