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.
All images of the "The Energy & Process" series are created with the camera, using techniques like Intentional Camera Movement, Multiple Exposure, or Blurred photography and mixes of those techniques. While normal sharp photography allow to depict a perspective of reality, using those techniques of Unsharp photography, allow me to create digital artworks, allow me to capture the imaginative
This series is inspired by Abstract Expressionists of the 1950s, such as Jackson Pollock, Barnett Newmann, Mark Rothko or of Cy Twombly, and others.