Piece description from the artist
This photograph was taken in Towner's Woods, Franklin Township, Ohio in 2007. This piece is from the series "The Space Between," a monograph at Kent State University's Eels Gallery at Blossom Music Center. "The Space Between" was started as an illustration of a visual meditative process which focuses not on the objects in the world around us, but on the space between those objects. This meditation allows for the mind to diminish the obfuscation of existence by materialism and recognize the inherent value of thought.
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.