Lava Lamp Refractionary
Light is electromagnetic radiation of a wavelength that is visible to the human eye. Sometimes commonplace items merge to create the extraordinary….for the artist to discover, ponder and to embrace.
Guest photographer Jim Ford shares his motto: “Wandering is one of my passions…where it leads me is not as important as what I see along the way” Enjoy more of Jim’s work on his photostream or his other contributions on aamora.
He tells us: “I have a BFA degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio with traditional printmaking as a major. I also have a MA degree from SUNY Oswego with a major in digital photography/photoshop and art history study in surrealism.
I worked in custom color labs and communication companies when I was younger and have taken photographs for many, many years. I have also been employed by SUNY Oswego for the past twenty-five years doing the same and soon to retire.
I explore, search, record and present images of my daily life in the fine art tradition. My creative universe is expanding and I welcome it with open arms.”
11 thoughts on “Lava Lamp Refractionary by Jim Ford”
These are truly wonderful Jim, Bravo!!!!
Thank You Maura….for your kind remarks! @maura
Excellent & refreshing…..Modernism at its BEST ~ !
Thank you Ronnie….a very wonderful observation.@Ronnie Ginnever
Very interesting Jim, as I look at each image I am transported to an fro, in an out of negative and positive space.
Thank You Alexis.@Alexis Gerard
Jim, you are a perennial magician with light and color. Beautiful!!!
Why thank you Marie….how could I not….record this colorful moment?@Marie Wilson
O yes these are gorgeous photos, blue light splendor.
Thanks Butch….still rocking and the lava lamp is a staple in the digital darkroom.@Butch
I mean…dude…this sings the blues…not in like a bummed out way…dude…but…yeah know…like…in a joyous way…like…groovy…man…like…Trippin’. The light, fantastic.
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