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Colorado Prairie. This dramatic landscape was made
Colorado Prairie. This dramatic landscape was made possible by the perfect alignment of the sunlight, rich, fluffy clouds and a fast approaching storm. I took the photo on a cross-country trip in 2011. I was riveted by how beautiful and threatening the forces of nature can be at once. The small tree standing alone in the vast landscape stands as symbol of how fragile humans are against such forces.
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The Free Play, 2012, 36 x 36
The Free Play, 2012, 36 x 36", oil on canvas. Julie Ryan: Second Proof (New Work) Mar 1 - Mar 31, 2013 showroom170.com
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Chapel, oil on canvas, 48 x 60 IN, 2012
Chapel, oil on canvas, 48 x 60 IN, 2012
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Joel Tauber,
Joel Tauber, "Pumping The Handcar", 2010. Lightjet print mounted on aluminum, 45"x60" (Photo direction: Joel Tauber, shot by Senna Chen and Jeffrey Schwartz). Part of the art installation, "Pumping": http://joeltauber.com/pumping/ "Pumping" also exists as an experimental short film: http://pumpingthemovie.com
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Sandy Says So, 2012 
oil and spray paint on panel
Sandy Says So, 2012 oil and spray paint on panel 40 x 48 inches Sandy Says So will be included in my upcoming solo exhibition, opening April 7, 2013 at CB1 Gallery, Los Angeles.
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Loretta Lux, The Waiting Girl, 2006, Ilfochrome Pr
Loretta Lux, The Waiting Girl, 2006, Ilfochrome Print © Loretta Lux, Courtesy Yossi Milo Gallery, New York Loretta Lux creates scenarios of isolation and distance that occur in an ambiguous time and space, with a focus on the interaction between characters and the suggestion of narrative.
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"Leading British Phobias" 2010
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Waiting At Ports and Portals 
2012 
oil on canvas
Waiting At Ports and Portals 2012 oil on canvas 72 x 84 in
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W.O.F. Vertical #1 2011. 13 5/8 x 10 5/8 Gunpowder
W.O.F. Vertical #1 2011. 13 5/8 x 10 5/8 Gunpowder generated silver gelatin print.
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F. Scott Hess, Self-Portrait with Upturned Collar,
F. Scott Hess, Self-Portrait with Upturned Collar, 2011, oil on aluminum panel, 24 × 18 inches, Private Collection. I painted this while preparing a lecture on the Position of the Viewer for my LCAD MFA class. The idea of the Lacanian Gaze interested me at the time, and led to the appropriation of bits of the great Velasquez painting, Las Meninas. This is found in the pose of the artist and the detail of the little painting on the wall depicting the court dwarf kicking a German Sheperd.
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