About the Artist
American fine art photographer Howard Harris uses layers to compose complex narratives. His photos are often layered and printed on different surfaces, such as aluminum and acrylic layers, so intricately created and meant to be seen in person, with the intent to form an experiential visual effect on his viewers. His collections are a visual play where the colors reflecting light movement, and patterns conform to the viewers’ perspective. Thus apart from the images being a play on vision sensory, it also tugs and pokes at the observer’s emotions.
“Visual reality is an ever-shifting, highly individualized experience. In any given moment, what we see reflects both our inner state and synthesis of outer qualities—light, color, movement, space. My exploration in dimensional photographic art represents an attempt to recreate the perceptual experience, with its dynamic nature and hidden complexities.”
“Battle Cloth “, Digital Print on Aluminum , 30” x 36”