Holly Gordon
Bay Shore NY // USA

Holly Gordon, Water Music #4988, 2012. Archival pigment print on paper, 28x18.6, (31x21 framed)

Holly Gordon, Water Music #4988, 2012. Archival pigment print on paper, 28×18.6, (31×21 framed). Courtesy of Denise Bibro Fine Art. $1000 unframed, $1500 framed.


Holly Gordon, Water Music #4994, 2012. Archival pigment print on paper, 28x18.6, (31x21 framed)

Holly Gordon, Water Music #4994, 2012. Archival pigment print on paper, 28×18.6, (31×21 framed). Courtesy of Denise Bibro Fine Art. $1000 unframed, $1500 framed.


Holly Gordon, Water Music #5009, 2012. Archival pigment print on paper, 28x18.6, (31x21 framed)

Holly Gordon, Water Music #5009, 2012. Archival pigment print on paper, 28×18.6, (31×21 framed).  Courtesy of Denise Bibro Fine Art. $1000 unframed, $1500 framed.

In 2006 the Ke’anae Peninsula was the place where the creative spirit of Jackson Pollock enveloped and embraced me. My camera and eye danced to the rhythmic flow of Nature pouring, pounding, splashing, dripping bucket upon bucket of volatile surf against her lava rock canvases. Later in the digital darkroom I used technology to strip Nature and reveal and express my response to her raw power and sinew. Like an endless symphony in varying tempos and crescendos, I created my Water Music Series.

Camera and computer, like paintbrush or pencil, are my creative tools. I am a pioneer, humanizing technology to express my ideas. Making the invisible visible, the transparent the apparent, the abstract concrete, are only part of my process.
I see.
Creating, for me is a lot like breathing…
I just do it.
With my camera I feel whole…
I can see into, beyond and through
all that is in front of my lens and think…
What can it become?
I make it happen…
and that’s just the way it is.

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