“You can’t look at abstract art without thinking. Realism is just the repetition of what we already know and does not require much thought” Patricia Cole-Ferullo
“You can’t look at abstract art without thinking. Realism is just the repetition of what we already know and does not require much thought” – Patricia Cole-Ferullo
“Do not copy nature too much. All art is an abstraction” – Paul Gauguin
Some impressions … well … from Lake Superor’s shores … but it doesn’t matter …
Some may ask: “What is that?” … at least to some of the images. Hover over them and you’ll find an explanation (works in blog only) … but it really doesn’t matter.
The object is meaningless … the name, the label. The light is everything … the shape, the texture …
Van Gogh did not paint sunflowers because he was especially interested in botany or bird seeds …
Vermeer wasn’t interested who the girl was, but how the light falls on her face.
It does not matter how abstract / non-representational you get – it’s a unique quality of photography … abstractness and realness at the same time.
Getting bored with the postcardy grand vistas and worn out sunsets? Try the little things amongst your feet and frame them so that people will ask … “what is it?”
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