There is always
more to be found
the same subject
again and again.
Series: Energy & ProcessMore can be found here
or on my Website
The abstract images in the "The Energy & Process" series all originated as digital photographs.
Many are digitally processed.
My work is all original, except by way of inspiration from abstract expressionist artists of the
1950s, such as Pollock, Rothko or of Cy Twombly, and others. As I work with the shifting (or varying) colors and fluctuating (or free) forms in these images,
I am reminded of the interaction between elements and energy. Color and form come alive in my
imagination and become a part of the ongoing process of life. Abstract images are my way of
showing how mundane things can be transformed into mystery; a mystery that calls each of us
to explore, discover and embrace in their own way. If you are interested to see more you can aquire my Book "From Energy and Impression"
Stone Tōrōs are a very typical thing to find in Japanese Gardens, even if they are originated from Chinese garden culture.
Normally they are made out of 5 elements builing up each other,
each of the elements representing one of the 5 elements
Earth, water, fire, air and void
The element on the bottom stands for the earth itself
while the 2nd section represents water.
The fire is represented by the lantern itself,
the roof stands for the air
and the top element connecting to the sky represents the void or spirit.
#garden #blackwhite #photography
Series: Structure & Clarity
More can be foundhere.
or on my Website:
Removing the original colors
from an image reveals forms and structures
and their relationships in a decluttered
clarity, which allows us new insights about the world
Current Work and Musings about photography
I'm a man, a husband, a father, and a product manager most of the day.