fade into me

with each sigh / ever so slowly / fade into me

fade into me explores the interplay of figures, ghosts of past lives and loves appearing and fading behind a veil, here stacked, shifted, and overlaid
in positive/negative form until they sing with unexpected colors, revealing new textures and unusual interactions. With details overlapping, fading, and merging like increasingly distant memories, the resulting images reside in an unfamiliar space: not quite photographs (yet clearly photographic), not quite paintings (yet certainly painterly), settling in a place where these distinctions become blurred.