Lenticular Imagery by Miggs B
I am intrigued by all the journeys, large and small, that are part of our daily lives -
journeys through time, space and emotions. From here to there and back again,
lenticular imagery allows us to experience some of these "trips" in a fresh new way.
The video below, made by famed New York videographer David Jr., is from a recent
show at the Fairfield Library. More videos from other exhibits at bottom of page.
Roll mouse over any of the images below and leave it for a few seconds
(no need to click) and watch them change as they would in a gallery when you walk by.
Commissions, portraits and special projects welcome. Prices on request.
Hard Road - 14 x 11 Wired - 22 x 22 Hi-Ho - 20 x 16 Watching Him Go - 22 x 22
The Journey- 18 x 18 Skyline - 14 x 11 Buddha - 18 x 18 Nick's - 20 x 16
Red Apple - 11 x 14 Green Pear - 11 x 14 Orange - 11 x 14 Red Pear - 11 x 14 Green Apple - 11 x 14
How is it done? This video explains the process and "magic" of the lenticular process
Devotion - 16 x 20 Brothers - 16 x 20 Sisters - 16 x 20 Beauty and the Beast - 16 x 20
White sign - 11 x 14 Blue sign - 11 x 14 Red & white sign- 11 x 14 Yellow sign - 11 x 14 Blue & white sign - 11 x 14
House - 22 x 22 Political Ties - 18 x 18 The Egg - 22 x 22 Housebound - 22 x 22
"Miggs will tell you he's a graphic artist, a website designer, a lenticular photographer—anything but what he is,
a unique, brilliant artist. People who see his work ask: "Wow, how does he do that?" as if the answer comes
from his technique. It doesn't. It comes from inside him. He sees ordinary objects and people—
a lamp, a rundown restaurant, an African guide–and,like the alchemist he is,
transforms them mysteriously into the sublime".
-- Dalma Heyn, Bestselling author
Miggs Burroughs’s photo show will blow your mind! The lenticular medium allows Burroughs
the freedom to create a visual document of his encounters and beliefs... viewers will be
hard-pressed not to make everyday connections with the work.
– Mike Falcigno, The Fairfield County Weekly
"Signs of Life" at Silvermine Guild "Pinholes & Pixels" at Pequot Library "Pinholes & Pixels" at UConn, Stamford
E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 203-227-9667