Monthly Archives: January 2020

Singing Bark!



Filed under Nature, Pattern, shapes, Texture, Trees, Uncategorized


I have titled this series ‘Minimalism’ simply because it was the work of the minimalist artists that triggered the initial thinking behind the selection.

Minimalism was a term that came into use in 1960’s New York.  It was applied initially to sculptures in which a simple, unadorned unit became an essential, and often repeated, feature of the artwork  Frequently individual components were made from prefabricated materials (as in Carl Andre’s Equivalent VIII, formed from an arrangement of firebricks  — a work that caused a great deal of controversy when it w  as first exhibited at the Tate Gallery in 1976).

Minimalists rejected the use of conventional aesthetic appeal or attempts to communicate with the ‘inner self’.  They preferred austere, ‘bare bones’ pieces.  Even so, their use of colour often reflects  a link with the works of Abstract Expressionists such as Barnett Newman.

The images in this series attempt to express some of these basic ideas and conventions in two dimensional form.


Filed under Abstract photos, Art, Colour, harmony, Minimalist, Pattern, photography, shapes, Uncategorized

Marsh grasses


January 27, 2020 · 8:00 am

Ageing boathouse door


January 25, 2020 · 8:00 am

Abstract 407

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January 23, 2020 · 8:00 am

Can Spring be far behind?

Extended spells of sunshine in recent days have encouraged an early display of snowdrops beside the bridle path.



Filed under Colour, Flowers, landscape, Nature, Pattern, photography, rhythm, shapes, Uncategorized

Camera Sketch (14)

Tide: sand pattern and texture


Filed under Colour, Minimalist, Pattern, photography, rhythm, Shore, Trees, Uncategorized