Abstract art for Abstractions sake?

This weekend I found myself spending a lot of time just staring (studying?) the initial prints from my new series Quantum Elements. I found myself questioning the underlying reason why I am creating this series of abstractions. I know what turned me onto this series in the first place; capturing the visual effects that link... Continue Reading →

Abstract – The Alternative Exhibition

Ryuten Paul Rosenblum - Japan Temple Wall – Nanzenji The Southeast Center for Photography (SEC4P) had a recent call for Abstract (photography), juried by Blue Mitchell.  The exhibition call was looking for non-representational imagery from found objects in nature, man-made or figurative works and images that do not attempt to represent external reality, but seek to achieve its... Continue Reading →

Diary; August 6th 2020 – Abstract art

During this pandemic I started a series that is pretty much based on creating abstract images. Which is actually not that new for me. When I made a transition from photography to painting in the mid-1980's and to gain some understanding of the various mediums, my artwork was pretty representational. When you looked at my... Continue Reading →

Diary; July 31st 2020 – Infection storm

Yesterday, I felt like crap. Which is how one usually feels when they are beset with a bacterial infection, especially in the earlier stages and the meds have not fully taken effect (e.g. some bacteria is still creating some internal havoc). About all that I could accomplish yesterday was to look for an image that... Continue Reading →

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