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I have a "thing" about doors. I have dozens of images of just doors on my external hard drives. Most all of my artwork that contains a door has a door I composited in from a "special" door image I collected from some other place or building. I have no idea why I have this attraction to doors except they can be very cool, especially in the United Kingdom, and are a key part to the architecture of a building. Oftentimes the door to a building affects the look and feel of the entire building. This particular door is a door on a mud building in the Taos Pueblo in New Mexico. 

Spanish Door, Taos

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    I use MOAB Slickrock Metallic Silver 300 stock for all of my Giclée prints. This high-end metallic media adds lots of depth to the appearance of my work and features an exceptional reflective shine. This media highlights my artwork by creating an almost 3-dimensional look to my Giclée’s.


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