Lonely Sea - Merge

Series - Limited Edition Fine Art Prints


  • Print Dimensions: 16 x 24 inches
  • Framed Dimensions: 23.5 x 32.25 inches
  • Edition Size: 5
  • Price - Unframed: 500.00
  • Price - Framed: 850.00


Lonely Sea - Merge is a series of five fine art photographs. They were taken during a single session, over a period of less than one minute.

The series is part of an on-going desire to demonstrate the evolution of a subject and the fluidity of a static medium. Photography is often thought of as the capture of a moment, singular and brief. But no two moments are ever the same. Even if the subject is fixed and unchanging, the weather and light are in constant flux. When the interval between shots is fleeting – a few seconds, perhaps a few minutes – the differences may be subtle, even imperceptible. However, with the passage of greater amounts of time, the changes are much more pronounced.

This concept developed, in part, from my Moncton Sunsets personal project. I've continued to employ it with other subjects. In this case, the same location was used for the Lonely Sea - Evolve fine art series, which employed the longer time-frame of approximately one hour. Examined separately, the two series demonstrate how a scene can develop, evolve, and change over relatively short periods of time. Together, they demonstrate how a scene can change when visited months apart, and captured in different light and weather.

Lonely Sea - Merge #1

Lonely Sea - Merge #2

Lonely Sea - Merge #3

Lonely Sea - Merge #4

Lonely Sea - Merge #5

Grant - artsnb

This series of fine art prints was created under the auspices of a Creation "C" Grant from the New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb). The grant provided funding to cover subsistence and other costs associated with my work. My thanks to artsnb for supporting this professional opportunity of mine, and for their continued promotion and support of the arts and artists in New Brunswick.

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This activity is supported by the New Brunswick Arts Board. Cette activité est soutenue par le Conseil des arts du Nouveau-Brunswick.