"Just as the sand-dunes, heaped one upon another, hide each the first, so in life the former deeds are quickly hidden by those that follow after."

– Marcus Aurelius Antoninus

Three months in a city. A familiar weight in different figures. A universal slouch in the lackadaisical afternoons of the summers humid embrace, these are the heavy shoulders of New York. 

Digital Dunes. Fall, 2015. 

What Happens When The Moon Catches On Fire 

August, 2014.

My first abstract series, "What Happens When The Moon Catches On Fire." A collection of 25 pieces focusing on color, light, and the moon. 

New York's Heavy Shoulders

June-august, 2016, NYC.  


John Vincent Lee