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28 x 28 in, 71 x 71 cm
Limited variant edition of 50



Work completed July 1997.

Resolution of rendering: 4,200 by 4,200 pixels
Print size, minimum: 18 by 18 inches (~45.72 by 45.72 centimeters)
Print size, maximum: 28 by 28 inches (~71.12 by 71.12 centimeters)

Dimensions are for single panel prints; larger sizes (up to hundreds of square feet) are possible using other printing techniques. Please contact the studio for more information. All linear dimensions are given in the order of height, width and depth.


Limited variant edition prints (edition of 50)

Please contact the studio for more information regarding the availability and purchasing of works.

One- and two-person exhibitions

The Photonics Center at Boston University; One-person exhibition; Boston, Massachusetts; 1999.

Sierra Arts Center Gallery*; One-person exhibition; Reno, Nevada; 1999. (First and/or only digital artist at venue)

Main Art Gallery at Chadron State College*; One-person exhibition; Chadron, Nebraska; 1999. (First and/or only digital artist at venue)

Joan Derryberry Art Gallery at Tennessee Technological University*; One-person exhibition; Cookeville, Tennessee; 1999. (First and/or only digital artist at venue)

Winfisky Gallery at Salem State College; One-person exhibition; Salem, Massachusetts; 2000.

Osceola Center for the Arts; One-person exhibition; Kissimmee, Florida; 2000.

John F. Germany Gallery at Tampa/Hillsborough County Public Library Central Branch; One-person exhibition; Tampa, Florida; 2000.

Harry Krug Art Gallery at Pittsburg State University; One-person exhibition; Pittsburg, Kansas; 2000.

University Center Gallery at University of Alabama in Huntsville; One-person exhibition; Huntsville, Alabama; 2000.

Art Center Sarasota; One-person exhibition; Sarasota, Florida; 2000.

Lake Wales Art Center; Two-person exhibition; Lake Wales, Florida; 2002.


EverColor; Grant of production of ten prints for exhibition in one-person show at the Photonics Center, Boston University; May 1999.


Weishar, Peter; CGI: The Art of the 3D Computer-Generated Image; November 2004 (Abrams). The work appears on page 185.

As of 27 March 2010

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