Artwork Description: Many of my dreamscape images have a story behind them. The idea for the photograph “Time” came during a dream one night. The concept of creating dreamscapes began during the British Petroleum Oil spill. As this disaster began to unfold my need to know more about it increased. Since every TV channel and news source covered this story there was not a shortage of information.
Sometimes too much information is not a good thing. My dreams began to erupt with fields of oil and colorful landscapes of transmission fluid. I began to ask myself, how can I turn these vivid dreams into photographs? Then one day a friend suggested that I create a collage photograph of an oil slick using seagulls.
This canvas print was created with a state-of-the-art inkjet printer using archival pigmented inks. The printers are capable of reproducing fine detail and rich saturated colors. They are said to last over 100 years. Each canvas print is sprayed with a protective clear finish that protects and prevents the color from fading. In addition each art print is mounted on a solid faced board that has been sealed and protected before the canvas is stretched and gallery wrapped around the frame. This type of frame gives a solid protective back for your canvas art print.