The Opening is Tonight!

Try to imagine this as a 6 foot print, cuz that’s what it is.  It’s like you could climb right in. You know all about the show, right? 111 Minna Gallery, San Francisco  Opening TONIGHT! 5 to 11+. Here’s some last minute points and FAQs: The venue is 21 and over only.  Don’t bring the […]

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Imperial Floaters

Today marks one week until the opening of my solo show at 111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco.  I just dropped off the last of the show at the gallery minutes ago, and it feels like a huge weight has been lifted from my shoulders.  The 6 footers are stunning. Overwhelming. Here is another new image, shot last […]

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Hot Enough to Melt Aluminum

Burned out airliner hulk, Aviation Warehouse, shot last winter. Never online before. It’s been printed at 2 x 3 feet for the show.

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Interview about the Show

My old pal Joe Reifer interviewed me for his photography blog with a lot of questions about the show. It’s pretty informative and even features a couple sweet shots of framed pieces, I just picked up.

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The Ehrmantraut

Like it’s hovering over the junkyard floor. 145 seconds under the full moon, with red, purple, cool and warm white light, from about 10 directions.

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On Alien Fields

Night, 60-second exposure. Red, magenta and minty green Protomachine flashlight, with full moon.

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The Night Hunter

You’re being watched from an abandoned ranch, somewhere in the Mojave.  Night, full moon, 2 colors of light from 4 directions.

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Exner’s Vivisection

A ’61 DeSoto, heart ripped out and left in front of it’s glowing, canted eyes. 5 colors of light from 10 directions, in 157 seconds–all done in the total dark before moonrise.

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Truck-Cicle 96

Iconic truck-on-a-stick, flies through the stars over a freshly abandoned Yucca, Arizona truck repair shop, on a smokin hot night in July 1996. I believe it’s still standing there, 20 years later.  Page 119 of the 2003 “Lost America” book. Full moon, 160T chrome film, 8 minutes, f5.6.

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Lost America at 111 Minna Gallery

This is the biggest news to come out of the Lost America HQ in . . . forever: I’m in the middle of preparing for my first major US Gallery show, which opens March 4th, 2016, at the bitchen “111 Minna Gallery” in downtown San Francisco. They are giving me the entire main room, which […]

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