Abstracts in photography

I have been using the iPhone 6 recently and the camera is much more sensitive. As a result I have ended up with some “abstract” photographs. I know what they are because I know where they were taken but I am not sure if a viewer would be able to.  I have been painting “abstractContinue reading “Abstracts in photography”

Getting ready!

I am doing my first art fair on March 28th at the State Hall in Heathfield. I will be: selling gift cards, photographs, paintings, taking commissions for illustrations and art works for weddings, events and birthdays. Taking enquiries and bookings for photography work. This is the first step into living the dream of making aContinue reading “Getting ready!”

Patterns: continued

Researching via google images to get the artistic juices going. Exploring patterns, geometric shapes, and colour. ©www.sophiemayer.com ©http://aphotographaday2014.wordpress.com/ ©http://littlestoriesbysophie.wordpress.com If you would like to use or share my images, please contact me directly, thanks for looking!

Saturday Addition: 18.01.14

The London Art Fair 2014, vast, overwhelming, underwhelming, amazing, exhausting and interesting. Worth a look but give yourself time as there is so much to see! During my visit I went to a talk on “Eric Ravilious: Modern British Art and Nostalgia – a discussion with Alan Powers and Neil Jennings”. The discussion showed aContinue reading “Saturday Addition: 18.01.14”

Saturday Addition 11: The Other Art Fair

http://www.theotherartfair.com/ “Now in its 5th edition, The Other Art Fair has firmly established itself as the only event art buyers of all experiences and tastes need attend, to buy directly from over 100 of the most talented, unrepresented artists. Coinciding with Frieze Week, the most important date in London’s art calendar, as well as sharingContinue reading “Saturday Addition 11: The Other Art Fair”

50×100 Abstract series – “Primary 1-4”

“Primary 1-4” are the latest paintings in my abstract series. The abstract series uses “rules”, always with 3 parts. I start with expressive mark making, trying to be free and unedited in working through an idea, or emotion. The second layer is about control emotions, forcing order, and form. The paintings are varnished.