Description Title: Crushed Art Pencils Colour-Field, No-2, Edit D.Complex Crushed Art Pencils Colour Field Photography Series. Series Start Month/Year: February/2018. Series Artist's Statement:'It wasn't until after I designed the first 11 photographs in this series that I realized something very powerful about these images. There are big elements (relative to the other elements), and then small elements, and then tiny elements, and then, even smaller and smaller particles in the photographs, and all of the elements interconnect. Therefore, there is the placement of the bigger parts to create the sense of colour-field, fields, or partitions, and then there are all the particles that overlap and intermix with the larger parts in the photos.'All images are the Copyright of Nawfal Johnson. All Rights Reserved. No unauthorized use. Imagekind Fine Art Photography Prints Sales Gallery Link:https://www.imagekind.com/Crushed-Art-Pencils-Colour-Field-No-2-Edit-D_art?imid=de3c3b98-0ef3-447e-9590-a216b4e79dc1Tags:abstract, art, black, blue, brown, chaos, color-field, colour-field, complex, crushed, design, details, earthtones, green, johnson, layers, Malaysia, Nawfal, order, penang, pencils, yellow,
Nawfal Johnson Nur, Penang, Malaysia Member Since September 2006 Artist Statement IMAGEKIND: ARTIST BIO — Nawfal Johnson Nur — My Photographist Beginnings: When I pick up my camera ... when I compose the subjects in the frame ... and, when I plan and set up my lighting, I have one thing in mind — To take a better photograph than the last time.
I have been using a camera as a hobbyist since I was 12 years old, and then as a freelance professional since 1998.
Photography is a Madness for Me — My Work: I have been a long-time Freelance Stage & Dance Photographer; nevertheless, I focus much of my energy designing fine art Abstract, and, Abstract Expressionism Photography. I also design SMOKE-ART PHOTOGRAPHY, and that is the art style I focused on in my 2011 book, titled, ETHEREAL DREAMS and HOPE.
My Artistic Influences: My main artistic influences are Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko. As for photographic influences, I have always drawn inspiration from Carl Fischer, and Andreas Feininger.