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My Face Looks Like An Ansel Adams Landscape

Recently, I realized that my face resembles the grooved, creviced surfaces and irregular textures of the sand dunes, rock formations, mountains, mesas and buttes in the photographs Ansel Adams made at a number of sites in the American West. My weather beaten, multi-textured, blotchy, sun-damaged, bumpy skin and tumbleweed-like and eroding hair recall the desolate, windswept landscapes of New Mexico and Arizona seen in works by Laura Gilpin, Georgia O'Keeffe, Edward Weston, Frederick Sommer and Adams. 

Signed, archival pigment prints from My Face Looks Like An Ansel Adams Landscape are available for purchase. Contact with inquiries about purchases, gallery representation, printed-on-paper and online publication and museum and gallery exhibition initiatives.