"Space & Time" is a provocative image that presents the viewer with Greg Mort's memorable "unfolding" theme. Here we see the artist's design and textural talents in his use of meticulous detail and tones of light. Mort's strengths in this area have often been compared to American still life master William Harnett.
"Space & Time" shows us Mort's skill with white on white imagery. He places the porcelain shell with its mysterious hidden channels delicately upon the intricately stitched folds of the hand made milky lace cloth. The reflection of the items creates an illusion of weightlessness as it floats freely upon a background of the warm lush emptiness of space.
The original watercolor painting of "Space & Time" is in a private collection in Pennsylvania. The overall image size of the limited edition four color lithograph of "Space & Time" is 26" X 24". It was printed on museum quality Mohawk Superfine eighty pound paper by the fine artisans of Westland Printers in Burtonsville, Maryland. Each piece is individually hand titled, number and signed by the artist. "Space & Time" was published in a limited edition of only five hundred.