Artwork description:

Clarity. Simplicity. Silence.

For me, Abstract Photography means to look differently at the world. I'm not interested in showing the specific but in the substance behind the obvious. Abstract photographs trigger emotions, thoughts, dreams, feelings, and that is what I want to do.

SILENCE transposes into an image the gradual sinking into a state of inner silence, peace, freedom.

This photograph is available in a Limited Edition of 10 original prints on canvas (90 x 60 cm). Every image is individually numbered and signed in the right lower corner.

Materials used:

Digital image printed on canvas, numbered and signed, on a wooden stretcher frame

Tags:
#blue #abstract photography #meditation #silence 
SILENCE (2019)
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by Gert Richter

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Clarity. Simplicity. Silence.

For me, Abstract Photography means to look differently at the world. I'm not interested in showing the specific but in the substance behind the obvious. Abstract photographs trigger emotions, thoughts, dreams, feelings, and that is what I want to do.

SILENCE transposes into an image the gradual sinking into a state of inner silence, peace, freedom.

This photograph is available in a Limited Edition of 10 original prints on canvas (90 x 60 cm). Every image is individually numbered and signed in the right lower corner.

Materials used:

Digital image printed on canvas, numbered and signed, on a wooden stretcher frame

Tags:
#blue #abstract photography #meditation #silence 
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