About: The Work

All my images are of real places, but through “timestacking” they are transformed into an alternative way to view reality.  I use a couple of variations of the process, but my images are usually multiple exposures – oftentimes up to 100 – that are stacked and then intermingled into a final frame.  This allows my images to catch and accentuate movement and results in bold, saturated colors and shapes. It bends traditional photography and uses new technologies to give my photographs a look suggesting post impressionism and abstraction.  These painterly creations seek to alter the way one looks and experiences the familiar.

  • Timestacked photographs look best when printed on canvas.
  • All my works are limited editions of 50 prints.  Each is signed and numbered by me.
  • I typically finish the image in a black float frame.
  • My go-to size is vertical 38 inches by horizontal 60 inches.  These large and impressive images retail for $1900.
  • Smaller prints are available with a price adjustment. 
  • On occasion I have been commissioned to produce extremely large prints.  Those are uniquely priced to reflect production costs.
  • I am sensitive to the healthcare industry and their unique HIPPA requirements; so I can print on traditional photo-paper with archival cotton matting, glass and wood frame.  Prices vary based on size and framing material.
  • Overall, my prices range from $900 to $2500.

2021 Shows and Other Notes

Mark’s piece, Fort Meyers Beach, takes 2nd place in the Fusion Art exhibition, “Waterscapes”, Palm Springs, CA

“Explore & Discover: Beyond the Map”, Art Garage, Green Bay, WI

“From Here on Out”, Gallery Marzen, Madison, WI

“Beautiful Possibilities”, Woodwalk Gallery, Door County, WI

“In Black and White” at Artless Bastard, DePere, WI

Mark’s piece, The End of Democracy, is featured in conjunction with the March 2021 issue of the Wisconsin Medical Journal treatment of The Impact of Race and Racism on Health. See Mark’s blog post here.

“Skies” Colors of Humanity Art Gallery, Everett, PA

5th Annual “Colors” Exhibition, Fusion Art, Palm Springs, CA

“Common Ground” River Arts, Prairie du Sac, WI

Gallery of Wisconsin Art – online exhibition

“Abstracted” Artless Bastard, De Pere WI

2020 Shows

Gallery of Wisconsin Art – online exhibition

“Cultivating Community–One Work of Art at a Time,” Museum of Wisconsin Art, West Bend, WI

“From Here on Out,” Integrated Art Group / Gallery Marzen, Madison, WI

“Masters as Muses,” Cedarburg Art Museum, Cedarburg, WI

“Celestial” Artless Bastard, DePere WI

“Artistry,” 44th Annual Members’ Art exhibition, Bloomington, MN

“What We Made,” Rahr-West Art Museum, Manitowoc, WI

“What We Made,” Basil Ishkabibble’s Art Gallery, Two Rivers, WI

“Skies,” Fusion Art, Palm Springs, CA (COVID on-line show) “Honorable Mention”

“I Listen to Color,” Frank Juarez Gallery, Milwaukee, WI (COVID on-line show)

Trout Museum of Art, Appleton, WI (COVID on-line show)

“L’Amour et la Mort: as told by water” University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

Holy Wisdom, Middleton, WI

University of Wisconsin, Hospitals and Clinics, Solo Show, Madison, WI

Promega, Madison WI

2019 Shows

“Let’s start with stars” Monona Pubic Library, Monona WI, Solo show

Dane Arts, Madison Wisconsin, “Invitation” AC Hotel, Madison, WI

Downtowners, Madison WI

2018 Shows

Dane Arts, Madison, WI Gallery Night, Access Wisconsin, Waunakee, WI

“Artists of Distinction”, Fuegos, Madison, WI

Madison College, Madison, WI

Madison Magazine, Madison, WI

2017 Shows

Gallery Maren, Madison, WI, Solo Show,

Dane Arts, Madison, WI “Invitation” Hotel Red, Madison, WI

Gallery Night, Access Wisconsin, Waunakee, WI

University of Wisconsin, Hospitals and Clinics, Solo Show

2016 Shows

Dane Arts, Madison, WI

University of Wisconsin, Hospitals and Clinics, Solo Show