February 11, 2020
I’m pleased to announce my new abstract collection called “White Wash” is finally here. The concept came about a few years ago where I went to the coast to capture some surf images, however, the weather decided on a different idea. Not wanting to leave empty-handed I started focusing on the white wash and spray being created when the waves smashed against the rocks.
As I got back to the office and started to play around with the concept and noticing the depth and perception of a textured scene, I realised a few more sessions like this with different lighting conditions could produce some unique abstract works of art. The idea is to challenge the viewers into understanding what they’re looking at with different perspectives and tweaks with colour and light. All photographs were captured in nature.
White Wash is a collection of abstract ocean images the delves into the world of seemingly normal events that occur around the beach with a large focus of the white water that waves produce. Twisting and creating these mundane situations and creating beautiful artwork is a key focus of the White Wash collection.⠀
The goal of searching for something different and trying to find the beauty within something so seemingly normal in an everyday occurrence was a challenge but one that I believe produced beautiful works.