Your clients have space to fill. You’ve been hired to fill it. Maybe it’s a palette you need to work within. A mood you need to evoke. A texture.
They may want something peaceful to look at. Easy to access. Or perhaps something more challenging that stimulates your curiosity and mystifies you. Almost like a puzzle. A hidden story behind the art.
Some photographs are interesting and beautiful on their face. On a first-sight level, and only get more intriguing when you come to realize exactly what it is you’re seeing.
Think of this as a toolbox. Or a travelogue. Or a treasure box you can dig through. Sooner or later, you’ll be asked to curate a room, a home, a business, and you’ll come back to these images and artistry. Hopefully, you’ll call me.
And we’ll do great work together. Enjoy.
Dave Bassett, Nevada Artist
What I offer today is a combination of my commercial experiences and my art photography and my love of the outdoors. I do not use paint and cloth canvas. But I do have my vision, my plan and my imagination and nearly every color under the rainbow and a substantial and growing archive of abstract, derivative and scenic images. These are my canvases and my paints. Malleable, adaptable and compliant and used by me in collaboration with designers who can be curators for creating images, often of substantial size with the appropriate subjects, textures and color palettes. In the end I am just a small part of your interior design process, a path to unique and custom visuals that will be compliant or bold, interesting or subdued, long lasting and always made and delivered locally. No need to go far and deep into the inner-web-art-world. I am here when you want to keep it close. Keep it local. And keep it custom.
The days of film and processing have given way to the science of engineering and sensors and software. Beautiful, evocative images. What and where is new the landscape of the experimental and happy accidents … who can say? We are all evolving and moving forward in fine art photography. A new aesthetic awaits and will appear beyond the gigabytes of capture and storage as the photographic applications and deployments evolve. Let’s break the rules and find a unique new way of image making!