So in case you haven’t noticed, I LOVE colour – the brighter the better! One of the skills you learn as a pattern designer (or any artist for that matter) is to select colours that work together and express what you are wanting to say through your art. It can
I had a lot of fun creating these images – they have colour, texture and movement making them so nice to look at! Light and water creating magic…. the images are of the rising sun on the ocean 🙂 Which one is your favourite?
I LOVE using film and I especially love trying out new films! I recently discovered Psychedelic Blues 400 Colour Negative film #2 and decided to try it out while on a weekend break to North Stradbroke Island. There is nothing quite like the anticipation and excitement when you collect a
Hi everyone! I’ve been learning how to create moodboards, so thought I would put some together inspired by the colours of Girl and the Deep Blue Sea! Blue, turquoise, pink and white! First up is blue – I would LOVE to know what you think of this 🙂
Like surrealism, creating abstract images is my second main photographic goal, which I have to say is much easier for me to achieve. One definition that explains this well is ‘Relating to or denoting art that does not attempt to represent external reality, but rather seeks to achieve its effect
I’m always really fascinated by what influences artists/photographers, and I love reading about the stories behind the images as they offer an insight into the creative process for that particular artist. Over the next couple of posts I thought I’d discuss my main motivations for taking photos. First up is