Working in found object assemblage – you are constantly acquiring objects that seem to speak to you for your work. Recent photographs have involved taking an object or objects from my studio and shooting them in nature – usually on my 20 acre piece of land and all in the natural light provided. Adding prose […]
Eureka Arti Gras is an annual invitational exhibit curated by Eureka Springs artist Zeek Taylor. It’s a one-night, adult themed event timed for the week -long Mardi Gras events held in Eureka Springs. “ New Orleans 1983” and “Boots” were two photographs created for the show.
Disclaimer: These photos may be offensive to some viewers. You should be 18 or older to view them. John’s Photography from the “Floating” Series.
Beneath the Surface is a continued series of work combining found objects photographed in simple settings using mostly natural light. These still lives are my attempt to reveal some of life’s underbelly. I have always been fascinated by objects – old, worn, often discarded things that I’d find, pair, and meticulously arrange, even as a […]
A collection and documentation of wild flowers found around my 20- piece acre of land. One day I will learn the names.
I was approached by Creative Energy producer Jeremy Mason McGraw about creating a portrait series for the 2013 Eureka Springs May Festival of the Arts. Since it was timed for the art festival, I thought there could be no better subject matter than the artists who make up our quirky little town, Eureka Springs. I […]
“Finding Nature – Artwork in the Landscape” was a multi-venue, multi-media art event co-curated with artist Christopher Fischer. We invited more than 20 local artists to create work that reflected the theme. A cross section of photographers, painters, sculptors, visual/digital, fiber and ceramic artists’ work was on display at The Space during the 2012 Eureka […]
Disclaimer: These images may be inappropriate or offensive to viewers. You should be 18 years or older to view them. “The Family Jewels – Crowns for the Prince” was a collaborative work with a fellow artist who created a line of jewelry to adorn the penis. We invited 25 Eureka Spring’s men to model the […]
“A Community At Peace” is a multi-media installation that debuted November 17, 2008 at The Space in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, to coincide with “World Peace Day.” I invited 550 Eureka Spring’s residents to sit for individual portraits while they prayed for, visualized, meditated on, or simply thought about peace. The black-and-white digital photographs were shot […]
The September 25, 2005 March on Washington protesting the Iraq war was my first photojournalism experience outside of Eureka Springs. Many of the photographs were published in the Lovely County Citizen. “This Is What Democracy Looks Like” exhibit was timed for the one-year anniversary of the march at Main Stage Gallery in Eureka Springs.