Now that we’re well into 2019 I wanted to share some of the things I have planned for this year.
First—and most importantly—I’m re-focusing my art practice squarely on abstraction. Those of you who have been following my activity here on Subjective Arts and the world-at-large will probably know that my longtime passion has been abstract photography and I’ve built my main body of work around the expression of pure abstraction through the production of original works combining interesting materials.
Still all along, I’ve also been producing many photographs that fit in nature and travel genres; these have done well as fine art, too. But, going forward, you may notice that abstraction will truly take centre stage in my art practice.
This means that you’ll see a lot more activity around SubjectiveArts.com. We’re launching the all-new Subjective Arts Society, our very own Club for lovers of abstract art. Part of the programme is a regular schedule of free giveaways along with many other benefits. Stay tuned for more on that.
Secondly, I’m ramping up my exhibition and publication schedule. We already are signed up to participate in two festivals this year, with more in the works.
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