The Third Book

M. Everett Lawson

In the same way that a singular perspective in space can reveal a contracted perspective on time, perception can likewise be altered through the variables of perspective and space.  The Third Book, address the human form as a set of generalities.  Inspired from Herodotus’s the history, form is omnipresent, rulers and god-forms of great deed. His writing inspires the greatest struggles of humanity and the momentary bliss of engaging mortality.  These pieces are single exposures made possible by the first digital camera I designed and built, which is nearly three feet across, makes an absolutely horrible noise, and has enough copper in it to make about 2000 pennies.  The finished pieces are presented through a printing process I developed to impart color images into glass.

© 2020 M. Everett Lawson.