For the first time I am offering over 200 of my beautiful Color Abstract images to be ordered online and shipped directly to you. They are available in sizes ranging from 3” x 5” up to 24” x 36”. Each image can be printed on your choice of 4 different paper types, plus acrylic, two types of metal surface, and on stretched and loose canvas. Which ever size or surface you choose they are all archival and very high quality. Visit shop.scottdavidgordon.com to see how easy it is to configure and order exactly what you want. There is also a Wall Preview tool and Augmented Reality tool to help you visualize the piece in your space. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!
Every once in a while my studio mate Emily Galusha will ask me do to an impromptu photo shoot, and that is exactly what happened on Halloween. I've never seen the series or read the book but she was inspired by The Handmaid's Tale, which seems to be quite popular at the moment. They turned out pretty great considering it was spur of the moment.
Every week I photograph at the farm where I work, and usually it is a hive of activity. When I arrived this morning there was no one there and at first I questioned what day it was. Once I inquired at the office I was reminded of the Day without Immigrants. What a coincidence that I chose this day to visit. As I walked around trying to capture the feeling of the emptiness I could not ignore the realization of my own privilege.
After many years of not trying to get a photo into The Austin Chronicle I finally had my first one published this week. All thanks to T. Lynn Mikeska who enlisted me to help create an image worth accompanying her very first article. In it she lays out an entertaining and funny timeline of events related to being a part of the short fringe FronteraFest 2017 with her best friend 'Sassafras'. The icing on the cake is that her piece made it to Best of the Fest, whittled down from 100 entries, which were all preformed live at Hyde Park Theater over the last month. It was a mess but somehow they came out on top. Check out the article for a funny glimpse into the world of theater. http://www.austinchronicle.com/arts/2017-02-10/an-idiot-at-fronterafest/