Capturing Natural Abstract Art
Here is an example of remedial natural abstract art. To me it appears to allude to surgical intervention. As usual, I captured it instantaneously, without rational thought. So, now I have to ask why. I suspect that many of us regard surgery with a mixture of awe and dread. It is always risky, sometimes painful. But usually of great benefit. So, I probably captured the image, sub-consciously, out of awe and dread. Many of us are in awe of surgeons. And we are sometimes attracted by things we dread.
As with all my images, I can give only my account of what the picture means. And I do my best to make sure that the decision to capture it is not a rational one. I am trying to investigate deeper meanings and influences. Those that we take care to hide from ourselves. I am trying to follow the ideas of Paul Klee. So you may have an entirely different explanation for the meaning of this image. Or you may not find it interesting at all. Artists have to face such conflicts.
The image is a high-magnification photograph of Phalaenopsis. I took it looking into afternoon sunlight. The subject was natural. My technique was entirely natural. I would like us all to spend more time behaving naturally. Please see http://www.wild-haven.co.uk/home/
The image is another example of the surprising images that can arise at high magnification. Please see https://issuu.com/barriedalesa/docs/issuu__3_
Making My Art Available
I would like abstract images of natural forms to be seen as valuable. So, if this example of remedial natural abstract art interests you, please read on. I make all my images available as high-quality prints. And, I make only one, signed, copy of any one. I want them to have the same status as paintings. So, they will be mounted and framed to the highest standards, as required. Please see http://www.wild-haven.co.uk/buy/