Urban Warfare

Urban Warfare #2

This collection was created using many different materials and scraps including metals, wood, bicycle and motorcycle parts and much more. Look closely and you will see a whole new element of urban warfare.

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Fashion Photography New & Old

Kelly (136)Fashion photography is one of Rachelle’s favorite photo services. Each of the portfolio images seen in this gallery took site planning, lighting and creative abilities to accomplish.

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Viva Las Vegas

vivalasvegas10by Shawn Christopher

The industrial machine turns, designed to get you to spend money. The carefully crafted casino floors are awe-inspiring. The placement of every slot machine, craps table, and even the bathroom is orchestrated with science. The way the colorful floors wind like a path, taking you past bright lights, colorful people, and rolling dice. All of this was inspiration for “Viva Las Vegas”.

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In Their Element

intheirelementriverrockby Rachelle Clark

“In Their Element” is a continuation of the themes I visited while making “In Context”. I am fascinated by the juxtaposition of a photograph framed, or somehow paired, with elements contained in the image. It is almost making it come to life! In this project I have images from the Oregon Coast mounted on a sheet of wood and framed with pieces of driftwood, placing these shots in their own setting.

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Roy G. Biv

roygbivyellow10by Shawn Christopher

As a child, it was how we remembered the colors of the rainbow: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet. Much like the rainbow itself, simultaneously simple and complex, I approached these paintings accordingly.

This seven painting series consisted of a blend of geometrical shapes and line work in an array of hues of any given color to create light and dark, shadow and highlight. And most importantly, they were fun to make and look at.

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Dense-City

densecity8by Rachelle Clark

Rachelle’s show, “Dense-City”, is a series of black and white photographic collages emulating the overwhelming visual intake that derives from urban living. Layers of images compile to demonstrate the contradictions we live with but fail to notice, like the cracks in the sidewalks where the dandelions push through. Some pieces are as large as 4 ft. by 7 ft., all are framed in antique windows.

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City Scapes

City Scape 7by Shawn Christopher

First things first, I’m a country boy from a small town in Montana.  I spent the first part of my life imagining what the Big City would be like as I sat in fields of prairie grass, visualizing the mountains were skyscrapers on the horizon.  I would listen for all the sounds that the city breathes at you on the breeze that chased the birds across the meadow.  All the while, living and learning how to appreciate the peacefulness and freedom of the country.  I painted the city scapes as I have come to know them after living in for the last 16+ years, fun and full of life, but recalling the skies of back home, expansive, beautiful, and peaceful.

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