Abstractions by Ellen Fisch
by Ellen Fisch
Throughout my life, I have engaged in the visual aspects of communication. As a child, I was given a Brownie Camera and I then decided that I could express my feelings about what I saw to others by using the medium of photography. Recently, abstract photography enables me to encourage a dialogue about impressions rather than realism.
Using form, shape, composition, line, and values, the abstract photography I create inspires the imagination to explore each image. I have fashioned Folios of unified (by colors, such as blues and blacks or topic, such as tints and metallics) abstractions and used words to bring an additional allure to the books. All of the abstracts are unique and separate entities; however, when combined in a Folio, each one becomes threaded into a theme with its companions. Currently, 5 of my Abstract Photography Folios are available at Blurb.com. Five other Photography Folios will be available in the summer.
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Abstrct Photography Metallics 1
Abstract Photography Whites
Abstract Photography Tints
Abstract Photography Sands
Abstract Photography Reds
Abstract Photography Metallics 2
Abstract Photography Blues
Abstract Photography Blacks 2
Abstract Photography Blacks
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