HONORABLE MENTION & SPECIAL MERIT AWARDS - "Abstracts" 2019

March 01, 2019  •  Leave a Comment

Excited to announce that two of my photos received awards in the Abstracts 2019 Juried Art Exhibition sponsored by the Light, Space & Time Online Art Gallery. My photo "Twerl 1" received  HONORABLE MENTION in the Photography Category and my photo "Twerl 3" received a SPECIAL MERIT Award. The Exhibit received 833 entries from 22 different countries from around the world, so it is quite an honor to have my work recognized in this way. Special thanks to the Light, Space & Time Gallery for these Awards. Signed Limited Edition prints of all my photos are available for purchase. Contact me for details.
Abstract PhotographyIMG_0218_3THE STORY BEHIND THE PHOTOS

Two of these designs recently won
FIRST and SECOND PLACE awards in an International Abstract Fine Art Competition. Read more here.
I love abstract art. I can't paint or draw but I do know how to use my camera and computer to create beautiful images. I call the process used to create these photos "Twerling" and individual photos "Twerls". Now I didn't invent the process, but I have found a way to make each design uniquely my own. The interesting thing is that each one started out as one of my landscape photos. I began with a very recognizable photo - like the New York City skyline - and manipulated it by hand in the computer to create these images. Each one is totally different and totally unique. So each is an original work of art. Which - by the way - would look great hanging in your home or office!
Abstract PhotographyIMG_0985_1THE STORY BEHIND THE PHOTOS

Two of these designs recently won
FIRST and SECOND PLACE awards in an International Abstract Fine Art Competition. Read more here.
I love abstract art. I can't paint or draw but I do know how to use my camera and computer to create beautiful images. I call the process used to create these photos "Twerling" and individual photos "Twerls". Now I didn't invent the process, but I have found a way to make each design uniquely my own. The interesting thing is that each one started out as one of my landscape photos. I began with a very recognizable photo - like the New York City skyline - and manipulated it by hand in the computer to create these images. Each one is totally different and totally unique. So each is an original work of art. Which - by the way - would look great hanging in your home or office!

SM - Abstracts 2019SM - Abstracts 2019 HonHon


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