Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistJim Dukes Platinum Member CollectionMusic
Description I have knocked on heavens door several times, both from my head injuries and at my own hand. This church in Raleigh spoke to me one day as I was walking by. The height, the fact that it is ornate and symmetrical without being complex. While it appears to be a perfect religious structure, it is ironic to me that the cross at the top is not aligned with the rest of the building. I hope this is a powerful piece to you as well.
Jim Dukes, Cary, North Carolina Member Since December 2012 Artist Statement Hi and thank you for visiting my Portfolio. My background is in design/build engineering but I have always had an internal spark for photography. A year ago I started rehabilitation for a Traumatic Brain Injury and PTSD. I realized that as the technical part of my brain is seriously impaired, my creative side is blossoming! I am committed to exploring this form of expression as part of my ongoing rehab and fan the spark for art, into a burning fire. My hope is to inspire others with brain injuries, to find their voice...their expressive outlet thru music, painting, photography, etc., to enhance recovery. If you like my work and make a purchase, please send me a message so I can thank you personally.
Please visit my Project Kickstarter page: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1509870060/the-art-of-healing-exhibition to see how you can be a backer for The Art of Healing Exhibit opening August 2013 at Tapps Art Center in Columbia, SC.
Website: www.jjdphoto2art.com Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook Page: JJDukes Photo2art Follow me on Twitter: @JimDukes3
Thank you again for your interest.....Always.....Jim
12.15.12---Thank you for all the positive feedback! Ive been busy creating and will post more to the existing galleries and add some new ones next week so check back....Jim