For over fifteen years I’ve worked with Adobe Photoshop to create digital photo-collages using vintage photographs along with scenes or objects I’ve shot. Inspired by the work of Maggie Taylor (www.maggietaylor.com), my work tends to be surreal in nature, mysterious, yet not foreboding, but rather aiming more for humor with a feminist perspective and multiple layers of meaning. These eighteen images are imagined dreams and are my latest series of digital photo-collages. I am offering through this site a limited edition of 200 of each image that will be signed, numbered and accompanied by a letter of provenance, which is of importance to art collectors. They are sold as giclée prints, which are made with archival inks--not dyes--on 300 lb. fine art paper, and guaranteed to last 125 years. The printer I’ve chosen here in Concord, NH uses the same machine as that of the Boston Museum of Art. All images are square format with 1-inch borders, and the size refers to that of the actual image, not the outer boundary. For example, a 6 x 6-inch image will be 8 x 8-inches after cutting, and so on. One print will be a composite of all eighteen images on 24 x 36 inch paper, with the individual dreams measuring approximately 3.75 x 3.75 inches.