Pavilion II. (2016)
16x24" (41x61cm) photographic mixed process - ultraviolet curable inkjet to glass - box cleat - 1 / 1 - unframed
Stephen Calhoun, born 1954 in Cleveland, Ohio USA, is a self-taught artist working in a variety
of modalities, most prominently photography, mixed process photography, and generative art. His
use of technology counts him as a digital artist since 2003. His recent work is centered on
applying geometric iterations and mirror symmetries to source images. Often the source materials
are a still life he constructs in his outdoor or indoor studio.
"I conduct ensembles of materials made up of combinations of flowers, dried leaves, figurines,
and found objects. I photograph these set-ups to be shaped into mirror symmetries. Next I apply
technological processes to alter slightly, or greatly, the original image. My sensibility is
through-and-through experimental, musical and improvisatory."
Each art work poses a question. It is up to the sensitive viewer to answer it anyway they wish
to. The pieces exist to evoke seeking.
His work is at once abstract and archetypal and timeless.
For more information, visit Stephen Calhoun