Piece description from the artist
Eighteen months of lockdown shattered finally by vaccination turned my mind to the brevity of life and experience, the seemingly unending days of solitude where self, memory and imagination blurred the lines of reality and fantasy. The fragility of life is apparent to me in every grain of sand, clump of earth, blade of grass, sparkle of sunlight and color of day. The permanence of life is in the fossils it leaves behind—moments, memories, sensations, textures, smells, form, shape, color, light and shade. Every time I look at this image I think do this in remembrance of Life.
This is a TurningArt exclusive limited edition print available in editions of 100.
Bradley Hart is a commercial and fine art photographer specializing in architectural, landscape and still life photography with local and national accounts. His education in photographic illustration at Kent State University and a 25 year career in advertising photography engages and informs his art. Influenced by visionaries like Paul Strand and Minor White, his images are illustrations of beauty, thought and hope. Photographs by Bradley are icons of the spirit, revealing the connections between his subjects, himself and the intangible fabric of the Universe.
He is represented by Grayhaus Studios in Cleveland, Ohio and SOHO-MYRIAD Art Consulting in Atlanta, Georgia. His studio is in Summit Art Space; he lives in Kent, Ohio.