FLYINGCARPETS by Frazer Dougherty were conceived during WWII while flying his 63 B-25 low altitude strafing missions in Papua New Guinea. These aerial patterns of the world from above became his passion to capture. Hundreds of thousand images remain recorded from 1940 through 2012. These photographic patterns were transferred by Frazer into silkscreened 'earthcores', exhibited first at FARR Gallery, NYC in the early 1970s, later Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY, and recently transferred as FLYINGCARPETS in Miami, Fl.
The picture shows an actual installation of a carpet.