In the wee hours of the first day of 2013, when the party was over and everyone was gone or sleeping, there were all those holiday lights reflecting off the front of the stainless steel refrigerator. Hundreds of photos and hours later, I went to sleep. It was light now. Later on, I inverted the colors in this image.
Artist: Jeffrey Becker
Clay throwing, globe trotting, boundary stretching photographer Jeff Becker creates bold, colorful, dynamic work that enlivens spaces. Time is fundamental to this process, as engineering is to his background. His work ranges from no-tech socio-enviro-political installations to the bending of still imagery into a moving phenomena through the use of printmaking, photography, and technology. He never could just color inside the lines.