The theme of the exhibit is "Structure". The term structure can be defined as the arrangement of and relations between the parts or elements of something complex. The photographs seek to examine the elements of what may be everyday scenes. They are black and white because the elimination of colour focuses on the essential elements of line, pattern, tones, light and texture.
The images seek to interpret structure as we find it in constructed buildings and the natural world. The constructed buildings can be seen as an exploration of lines, curves and patterns that are designed and built. The vineyard, taken while it was snowing, exposes the constructed (the posts) that effectively utilizes the natural vines. Finally, the natural lines, curves and patterns are represented in the ferns.
The photographs are printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta paper. Each photograph has a limited edition of 10 prints that are signed and numbered.