"Nobody wakes up knowing they may make one of the most meaningful images a human has ever seen. It is this unknown which drives me to make images."
Jan Faul’s images, even when of another country, are intrinsically American. His portrayal of historic sites, of landscapes, of objects, all represent the works of Man. Time may have passed but the effects of human interaction sometimes show like claw marks left behind. His portrature shows the strength of the human spirit in action.
And his landscapes, the scars of human will–and also its creations. “I am referring to time, wind, sound, the action of water on stone, and seismic events,” says Faul. “Seeing human endeavors from the beginning of history are of equal importance, because like us, they are temporary.” As are all things. So enjoy all the art you can, while you can.
That’s what PotatoMike says.