This gallery is comprised of my experiments, an unusual marriage of traditional painting and technology.
Some images are my original paintings that have been digitally manipulated, such as in my "Reflection" series, where the foreground water and reflections were added to the painting using many tools in Photoshop and other image editing programs.
Other images show some of my ordinary watercolor and gouache paintings that were photographed under black light for a total change in appearance. I have spent years experimenting with how different wave lengths of light affect the appearance of my watercolors and what adjustments I would have to make so they would look right under fluorescent, incandescent and natural daylight. The most striking change in my watercolors occurs when they are illuminated solely with black light (UV). I thought that some of these would make very interesting fine art prints. NOTE: No Phosphors were used in these images as in my GLOW IN THE DARK MURALS. The ordinary watercolors are florescent under Black Light. Museum Quality Prints are available in a variety of sizes on your choice of papers, stretched canvas, acrylic and polished metal.