March 16, 2018 1 min read

I love black & white photography and also love black & white art. I think the reason that I do so much is because it really lends an undeniable timeless quality to it. Colour can be quite distracting and I particularly like the way I see things and the way I work when I don't have to concern myself with what colour palette to choose. B&W intensifies forms, textures and patterns and encourages us see differently.
One of my new B&W art pieces incorporating organic elements.
In a simple floater frame.
Same piece but as a monochromatic giclée print.