I refer to this series as The Color of White, which is primarily inspired by my experience of Alaska's immersive and beautiful white-on-white winter landscape. Created by using three separate images captured over time, each artwork in this series usually an hour or so to shoot and then blended over one another to create a colorful multiple exposure image. Mountain landscapes inspire me. Growing up in West Texas's flat planes offered the distant summits of New Mexico, Colorado, California, and now Alaska a certain allure. When I see a mountain, my eyes move skyward, seeking the peak. ~ Tom


⋙ Field Notes

I think of this work as the red mountain peak. I don't remember exactly where on the drive to Fairbanks we were, but it was close to Denali National park. We pulled over because of the stark texture showing its own this small peak. We pulled into some type of commercial driveway. It might have been for snowplow storage. By the time I got the camera set up, the clouds had almost moved on. All that was left was this dens little cloud covering the peak. I began my sequence, and it went away. It was much faster than my usual process.

Near Denali National Park 02

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