Archive for: February 2011

February 25, 2011

Intrusion or Co-existence

Filed under: Work in Progress — mas @ 2:16 pm

The subject of the majority of photographs from my current trip is a combination of nature and man made structure. A question keeps coming up – which is intruding on which, or are they co-existing?

Cliff House, Point Lobos near Land's End, San Francisco

February 24, 2011

A photograph does not have to …

Filed under: Twitter — mas @ 10:23 pm

A photograph does not have to represent or refer to something external. It’s ok for the viewer to like or dislike it based on gut reaction.

February 21, 2011


Filed under: Twitter,Uncategorized,Work in Progress — mas @ 12:59 am

Just got done shooting in Arizona, and now, I’m comfortably installed at my nephew’s apartment in San Francisco. I’ll start shooting tomorrow.

February 19, 2011

Rained all day in Phoenix. Bo…

Filed under: Twitter — mas @ 7:35 pm

Rained all day in Phoenix. Both here and Tucson seem all edge – desert and suburbs. Fly to San Francisco tomorrow. All city.

February 16, 2011

Been using strobe in Arizona d…

Filed under: Twitter — mas @ 11:58 pm

Been using strobe in Arizona desert more than I ever have in dark places. Cactus and buildings. Cactus and posts. Cactus and deterioration.

February 10, 2011

I am opening my studio to publ…

Filed under: Twitter — mas @ 10:22 pm

I am opening my studio to public and hosting a grand opening of gallery with debut showing of “Looking Glass” March 26, 4:00.

February 6, 2011

Show is hung at May Day Cafe-M…

Filed under: Twitter — mas @ 10:43 pm

Show is hung at May Day Cafe-Minneapolis. Up through February. Few pieces, but cream. Studio-lightroom-gallery remodel almost finished.

Quick reminder:Pre publication…

Filed under: Twitter — mas @ 10:22 am

Quick reminder:Pre publication copies of Urban Geometry are available here: . This book flows!

February 2, 2011

Back to Nature

Filed under: Uncategorized — mas @ 12:45 pm

Most of my work is about the human landscape. Within that circle is a number of smaller series, or projects. One that seems to be collecting itself is “Back to Nature,” alternately called Nature Reserve ( or should that be Preserve or Reverse?)

Under the Viaduct

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