Wabi Sabi Photography

Wabi Sabi photography creates fascinating abstracts full of color, texture, and expression.

 

“Aging has a wonderful beauty, and we should have respect for that.”

–Eartha Kitt

 

In the flow of life, aging can hold a special kind of beauty.

Embrace the impermanent, imperfect, and incomplete.  

The Wabi Sabi of Imperfect.

Why do we rush to throw out the old and worn? The broken and cracked? Can we see beauty in what is imperfect?

 

The Wabi Sabi of Impermanence.

Over time, objects decay. This is the natural cycle. Observe and accept this awareness.

 

The Wabi Sabi of Incomplete.

When objects are incomplete, our minds must fill in the blanks. What a good practice for us. And we enjoy these objects yet again in a new light.

 

Discover unique abstract art in the imperfect world of Wabi Sabi photography.

Where peeling paint, cracked glass, and rust are the creators.

The art of urbex (urban exploration) opens the mind to explore everything: the abandoned, the decaying, the scratched, the peeling, and the corroded. The journey leads to old vehicles, antiquated equipment, and vacated buildings. And some very appealing Wabi Sabi photography!

Shift your thoughts from seeing dirt, grease, cobwebs, and jagged edges. Instead, look at the mesmerizing patterns. My eyes gravitate to these surfaces. Like the famous abstract photographer Aaron Siskind, I want to reveal the emotion of an inanimate object without you having the prejudice of knowing what that object is or was. I use a close-up camera lens to show the abstract texture that distress has exposed.

Wabi Sabi photography nudges us to connect introspectively.

Dilapidated forms hold a sense of mystery and the secrets of time. Vintage surfaces speak through their abstract textures in swirls and symbolism. Are they at the end of useful life, or are they a living surface still developing? Can we indeed call them imperfect? Who is to judge? Enjoy the experience of seeing an object from a different vantage and perceiving concepts in these intriguing Wabi Sabi photographs.

Take the mission to discover in this collection of texture photography: intimate landscapes, ocean vignettes, wildlife, objects channeling the great artists in history, disguised cultural statements, storms, star systems, and the universe’s sense of humor mocking my doodling style.

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