“ For a long time several years ago I noticed I had a recurring thought or name
come back to me, that being Abstracts of Time. I thought how great it would be
to bring back images from your dreams. How would you take these photographs? Hand-holding free my camera, I began to embrace
several forms of movement in evening light. Then from there…. These prints are regular film photos. Though printed large,
some of the images are no larger than the size of your thumb.
I shot these
images earlier this year, and I found that I could begin to travel through my dreams, sometimes feeling as if they were waking
dreams. I feel that the images allow the viewer to experience thoughts
not dissimilar to my own when I took the photos, or when I printed them and saw them myself. ”
Ron’s first solo exhibition, and Points of View is excited to represent his portfolios.
Abstracts of Time contains strikingly contemporary images, evocative in their use of color and abstract form. The images
hold the viewer’s attention while defying easy recognition. Light bounces off reflective surfaces creating lines and
forms that trigger the subconscious mind into making associations. Ron’s notes that photography is part fantasy and
part an imprint of reality, and he is interested in building the “fantasy of abstraction.”
brings another dimension into his artistry, he sees his images in the light of Feng Shui. His light images are expressions
photographs are printed on Kodak Endura paper and mounted on optical Plexiglas. The
result is a sleek, modern presentation that complements the images’ bold subject matter.
won numerous awards in the Atlanta area. His photographs taken in 1997
in the Amazon jungle of Peru were featured
in an American Express™ travel publication. His photos have been exhibited in Washington
D.C., Philadelphia, Atlanta,
Anaheim, Charlotte, Asheville,
Montreal and Ghana, Africa.