I tend to find a lot of my inspiration as a photographer and artist from the world of painting.  Don’t ask me why I’m not a painter, or why I don’t find more inspiration from photography.  I’ll take inspiration where I can find it.

On a recent browse through the Portland Art Museum’s permanent collection, I was struck by a painting by William-Adolphe Bouguereau.  I did a little research (on my phone, in the museum…), and found much of his work to be similar to my own aesthetic leanings.

A few months later, as I was photographing for the Astra Velum series with a young lady named Asia, I was reminded of Bouguereau.  Something about Asia reminded me of his models; perhaps it was her hair, or the tunic she brought along.  But I was pleased to see his influence on my work as I reviewed the images.  I think of him each time I look at these photographs:

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