“For years, Eric Raddatz has photographed the little details of life, the forgotten drips, chinks and scratches that mar our everyday vision.  His habit is to bear down on these little imperfections, to capture the subtle evidences of Time’s discarding thrust, until he comes away with a painterly image.  Abstract, subjective and often beautiful.  All from the mottled skin of parking garages, the rusted carcasses in junkyards. His photographs-his art-give new life to each.”

                                                            Neil Hinson, artsee magazine, May-June 2011