ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM ART PHOTOGRAPHY

Psychoactive, Edit F, Abstract Photography by Nawfal Johnson

Title: “Psychoactive, Edit F”.

Creation Date: 5 January 2019

Copyright 2019 Nawfal Johnson

All Rights Reserved.


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ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM PHOTOGRAPHY Series:

I have over 85 Photography Series. I consider myself an Abstract Expressionism Photographist, and I have photographed in this style for 20 or more years. Believe it or not, up until just recently (mid-2018), I had not created an Abstract Expressionism Photography Series—In a way, that seems completely ludicrous to me!

Typically, all of my Abstract Expressionism photographic artworks have been designed for other photography series, so I guess I never thought there was a need for a photo series called, “Abstract Expressionism Photography”.

However, with my work titled, “Descent into Tartarus” (2018), I had no collections that were specifically appropriate for that artwork. And after searching my many series, I could not find one titled, Abstract Expressionism Photography! Therefore, that is how this series came into existence. It was a process of discovery: I discovered that I needed an “Abstract Expressionism Photography” series.

Anyone who follows my work will know that Jackson Pollock is my main artistic influence. Thus, my Abstract Expressionism Photography artworks are in the fashion of All-Over Painting, and my works are full of chaos, action, dynamic colours, and design.


Artist’s Note :

This is the kind of art I design when I can’t sleep!


Tags:
#AbstractExpressionism, #NawfalJohnsonNur, #GreenBrokenGlass, #geometricshapes, #sharp, #lines, #edge, #cracked, #fractured, #cool, #imagekind, #JacksonPollock, #Psychoactive, #Psychedelic,

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Abstract Green Broken Glass

Title: “Abstract Green Broken Glass”.

Creation Date: 3 January 2019

Copyright 2019 Nawfal Johnson

All Rights Reserved.


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ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM PHOTOGRAPHY Series:

I have over 85 Photography Series. I consider myself an Abstract Expressionism Photographist, and I have photographed in this style for 20 or more years. Believe it or not, up until just recently (mid-2018), I had not created an Abstract Expressionism Photography Series—In a way, that seems completely ludicrous to me!

Typically, all of my Abstract Expressionism photographic artworks have been designed for other photography series, so I guess I never thought there was a need for a photo series called, “Abstract Expressionism Photography“.

However, with my work titled, “Descent into Tartarus” (2018), I had no collections that were specifically appropriate for that artwork. And after searching my many series, I could not find one titled, Abstract Expressionism Photography! Therefore, that is how this series came into existence. It was a process of discovery: I discovered that I needed an “Abstract Expressionism Photography” series.

Anyone who follows my work will know that Jackson Pollock is my main artistic influence. Thus, my Abstract Expressionism Photography artworks are in the fashion of All-Over Painting, and my works are full of chaos, action, dynamic colours, and design.


Tags:
#AbstractExpressionism, #NawfalJohnsonNur, #GreenBrokenGlass, #geometricshapes, #sharp, #lines, #edge, #cracked, #fractured, #cool, #imagekind,

BLACK & WHITE ABSTRACT LIGHT STREAKS #7

Title: BLACK & WHITE ABSTRACT LIGHT STREAKS #7.

Creation Date: 23 August 2018.

⊙ Black & White Abstract Light Streaks Series.

Series: Black & White Abstract Light Streaks Photography Series.

Series Dates: Starting 28 July 2016 to Present.
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Copyright 2018 Nawfal Johnson.

All Rights Reserved.

Penang, Malaysia.

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Series Description:

The “Black & White Abstract Light Streaks” Series is an off-branch of my larger coloured light streaks collection, which is called, “Abstract Light Streaks”. I created this sub-series because I saw that by removing the colour from the photographs, the power of the line shapes and grey-tones took priority. The immediate visual power of the linear chaos-and-order is apparent when colours are removed. These Black & White light streaks drive home the power of curving and continuous energetic lines of varying thicknesses and grey tones.

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SMOKE ETHEREAL #2 on 19 August 2018

Title: SMOKE ETHEREAL #2 on 19 August 2018.

Series: Smoke-Art Abstract Expressionism Photography.

Copyright 2018 Nawfal Johnson.

All Rights Reserved.

Penang, Malaysia.

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Ab-Exp, No1, on 11 June 2018

Title: “Ab-Exp, No1, on 11 June 2018”.

Creation Date: 11June 2018.

Copyright 2018 Nawfal Johnson .

All Rights Reserved.
Penang, Malaysia
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ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM PHOTOGRAPHY Series (2018):

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The big question is, Why?

“Because I can.”

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My Big Artist’s Statement Bollocks:

“My work explores the relationship between strict Critical Theory and repressive Urban Recycling Culture.

With influences as diverse as Rousseau and Benny Hill, new tensions are synthesized from both constructed and discovered discourse.

Ever since I was a small child of two or threes years old, I have been fascinated by the ethereal nature of relationships between Sesame Street dynamics and Astrophysics ethics. What starts out as contemplation soon becomes manipulated into a dialectic of temptations, leaving only a sense of decadence and the prospect of a new reality.

I am often struck with genius inspiration as if touched by the tip of Athena’s javelin. However, if inspiration alludes me, I resort to staying awake for three consecutive days, and gardening in the nude.

As wavering forms become clarified through diligent and repetitive practice, the viewer is left with a testament to the edges of our psychedelic future.”

ALWAYS Stuck at 1,600 Subscribers — Am I Stuck in a Twilight Zone Episode?

ALWAYS Stuck at 1,600 Subscribers — Am I Stuck in a Twilight Zone Episode?

I am really at odds with the mysterious process of wordpress’s subscribers’s database, IN WHICH, everytime I FINALLY REACH 1,600 subscribers (by email), MAGICALLY, a couple, or a handful of subscribers, unsubscribe…LIKE, WTF!!!!

This has been going on for months.

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Is wordpress just f’ing with me?

Is this some sort of game their AI is playing with me?

OR, am I really that much of a dislikeable, unskilled, charlatan, and my Photography Blog(s) are like Cryptonite to people who land on my blog post pages?

Honestly, I have no idea, but it is getting a little bit tiring that every time I seem to make some headway with subscribers, some necromancer-magic ensues, and my subscribers disappear into nothingness.

Maybe after being a Photographist, of one kind or another, for 41 years, I really don’t have any clue about how to make an interesting compostion…aaaaahhhhhhhhhhh………….that must be it.

Title: “Glass Portrait on Abstract Expressionism Painting, a Painted and Photographic Still Life”.

New Edit: Copyright 2018 Nawfal Johnson

All Rights Reserved

Penang, Malaysia

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“Aye pheobos apollo, wherefore doth thee not just shooteth me down with thy silv’r boweth and arrows. I wilt neith’r beest authentic, n’r tallent’d because i turneth so many hence from me.”

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Why would anyone waste time unsubscribing from blogs?

I don’t know about any of you, but I DON’T go out of my way to unsubscribe anyone…there is no point. I subscribe to people who I thought I would find interesting. EVEN IF I DON’T normally visit many of my subscribing blogs, I may sometimes find interesting posts from ANY of my fellow Bloggers–THUS, I keep my subscriptions and don’t normally waste time going thru my many blog subscriptions with the sole purpose of unsubscribing.

The Moth, DISORDERLY ORDER SERIES, 5 March 2018

Title: “The Moth, DISORDERLY ORDER SERIES, 5 March 2018.”

Creation Month and Year : March 2018.

Series: “Disorderly Order”.

Series Year: 2016-2018.
Genre : Abstract Expressionism Photography.
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Series Description:
These artworks are photo-creations of Nawfal Johnson’s original paintings, and also, image creations from photographs captured of decaying urban walls. “Disorderly-Order”, the name of this series, has two distinct meanings. One, there is a method (Order) to the madness (Disorder) in the execution of these artworks. Two, the artist is taking a “more orderly” painting, or a fragment of an urban wall (photographed), and turing it up-side-down, and inside out, to get to the final photographic art representation. The disorderly from within the work, that is the order of the design built into the photographic artwork. Thus, these are ‘two-steps’ artwork creations—first-step, creating a painting (or photographing an urban still-life of a wall); and then, second-step, taking the original creation and designing a final art photograph.
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Crushed Art Pencils Colour-Field, No-1, Edit C by Nawfal Johnson

COMPLEX COLOUR-FIELD PHOTOGRAPHY

Title: Crushed Art Pencils Colour-Field, No-1, Edit C.
Complex Crushed Art Pencils Colour Field Photography Series. Series Start Month/Year: February/2018. All images are the Copyright of Nawfal Johnson. All Rights Reserved. No unauthorized use.
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The Raven and the Owl, Abstract Light Streaks Expressionism Photography by Nawfal Johnson 

Title:  The Raven and the Owl.

Copyright 2017 Nawfal Johnson 

All Rights Reserved.

Medium:  Nighttime urban lights.

Tool:  Camera.

Craft:  Photography, I mean necromancy, no, um, I mean, Photography, but of course.

Location:  Penang Island, Malaysia.

Actual Creation Date :  1 October 2017.

Genre: Ambidextrous Photographic Expressionism.  I’m using my abstract nighttime lights photography, in an ambidextrous way (mirrored technique) to create an expressionistic rendition of a raven, and his small friend (above), the owl.

Artist’s Note:

Van Gogh Syndrome 

I’m seriously being affected by Van Gogh Syndrome.  I am a beast in creating new artworks, but wondering, “What is the point?”  As Rodney Dangerfield so eloquently put it, “I can’t get any respect“.  

What is ‘Van Gogh Syndrome‘?  Well, I don’t know if it is a real syndrome, but I made it up on my own a few years ago—I mention it in several older blog posts.  I define Van Gogh Syndrome as a condition that can affect a highly productive and highly skilled (that is subjective and arguable) artist who is both overwhelmed and underwhelmed with their artistic life because the inputed investment in all things, does not see any clear or beneficial rewards.  Therefore, the individual has doubts about their very place in this world and why he or she continues along a creative course when there is no real benefit, even though there is satisfaction from their creative endeavours.  And, the very thinking of quiting being an artist would probably be a blasphemous idea to this individual.  

This syndrome, of course, is named after the great artist, Vincent Van Gogh, who was a Master artist, but suffered psychologically from a not very successful career as an artist during his lifetime, and thus, caused him many troubles.

That is my closest “medical” definition of Van Gogh Syndrome, as I know it, and define it.

Maybe someday, I’ll be credited for my great work in Art Psychology for inventing this definition of Van Gogh Syndrome. 🙂

I think that if Van Gogh was alive in this time period, he would have been abhorred by the fact that 10’s of millions of images are uploaded to the web everyday, and a small percentage of that being actual serious artwork, and it is clogging up and drowning the world with a lot of underwhelming imagery, and it is out there for all to see on the wonderful world of the Internet.  

Van Gogh sold only one painting in his lifetime and died at the age of 37,  before he would see any success. His mother threw away crates filled with his work but did live long enough to possibly regret it as he was ultimately hailed as a genius. He is now considered the greatest Dutch painter after Rembrandt.  
Source:  https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/sensorium/201308/vincent-van-gogh-was-likely-synesthete

Vincent Van Gogh, it has been discovered, was a synesthete:  

 synesthete (sĭnˈĭs-thētˌ)►

    n.

    A person who experiences synesthesia, as by having a secondary sensation of sound as color or of color as sound.

Other people who have this sensation, of synesthesia, experience this secondary sensation when viewing some of Vincent Van Gogh’s works.

Source:  https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/sensorium/201308/vincent-van-gogh-was-likely-synesthete

NEVERTHELESS, he would have had a stroke when he discovered that there are computers, and that there is Photoshop, and there are plug-ins for Photoshop that can create pretty good painting-like images, even in the painting style of Van Gogh, and these computerized-paintings can be created in a few seconds with just a few commands inputted on the keyboard, the mouse, or the tablet.  

I think he would have said, “What the bloody hell is this demonic necromancy!”

PEREIDOLIA, PEREIDOLIA, WHERE ART THOU, PEREIDOLIA?

For me, I have a very high sense of  “Pareidolia (/pærɪˈdoʊliə/ parr-i-DOH-lee-ə), [which] is a psychological phenomenon in which the mind responds to a stimulus, usually an image or a sound, by perceiving a familiar pattern where none exists (e.g., in random data).  Common examples are perceived images of animals, faces, or objects in cloud formations, the Man in the Moon, the Moon rabbit, hidden messages within recorded music played in reverse or at higher- or lower-than-normal speeds, and hearing indistinct voices in random noise such as that produced by air conditioners or fans.”

(Source :  https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pareidolia)


FOR AN ARTIST TO SURVIVE IN THE VIRTUAL WORLD

To truly survive as an artist in the virtual world, you nearly have to have tens of thousands of artworks uploaded to artwork websites that get MILLIONS OF HITS per month, that’s so your artworks may be noticed among the 100s of millions of images that are stored and that are available at popular online print-on-demand websites, and also those of the multitude of image library websites.

Another thing that helps get your work noticed, is if the image curators at these print-on-demand photo gallery websites, and the image library websites, take notice of your work.  If they do, then you become a favourite of the curators/editors, and then they put your work on the front pages of their websites as a featured artist.  That gets you a lot of notice when people first visit their websites.  Some websites do not change their look very often, for example, imagekind.com does not, so their favourite artists have been featured on the first page like…forever!  I’ve been a loyal  and productive contributor to imagekind for 11 years, and I’ve never been chosen as a featured artist at their website, and maybe that is sour grapes for me, but I still think it is pure bullshit!  

I could have a stroke because of thinking about the 1,000s of hours of my life used in the creation and design of new art photographs:  The amount of effort and time I’ve spent creating new artworks, editing them, and then uploading the artworks to imagekind, and then having to write detailed descriptions, and doing the keywording for each new artwork—the time invested is at an insane level.  Yes, I actually think I’ve spent 1,000s of hours of my life doing this.  And, at what cost?  You cannot even know, or fathom the cost this has had on me.  That is, unless you also are suffering from Van Gogh Syndrome.  I think there are many-many closet Van Gogh Syndrome sufferers.

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Let’s look at some art website stats:

Imagekind used to get 7 to 20 million hits per month!  That was really very good.  That was several years ago.  Now, here are the stats:

Global Rank Traffic rank of site, as compared to all other sites in the world

Worldwide

150,649

Country Rank Traffic rank of site, as compared to all other sites in its leading country

United States

47,914

Category Rank Traffic rank of site, as compared to all other sites in its main category

Arts and Entertainment > Photography Edit—

569

☆ (That is HORRIFIC!)  568 ART WEBSITES ARE MORE POPULAR.

Traffic Overview Traffic OverviewGet the overall impression for any website

August 2017 analysis

Engagement

Total Visits 418.49K 15.65%

Avg. Visit Duration 00:01:03

You need to get a visitor’s attention in about 1 minute!  If you are not a favorite artist of IK, you are screwed…but the same philosophy will hold true for any art sales websites if you are not one of their ‘darlings’.

Pages per Visit 3.00

Bounce Rate 42.97%

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Saatchiart.com is another art gallery website I have many images for sale at, but have never been featured by the curators.

Their current web traffic is:

Global Rank Traffic rank of site, as compared to all other sites in the world

Worldwide

34,584

Country Rank Traffic rank of site, as compared to all other sites in its leading country

United States

22,959

Category Rank Traffic rank of site, as compared to all other sites in its main category

Arts and Entertainment > Visual Arts and Design Edit—

The ranking is 25, SO, that is much better in art website traffic, but still, if you are not featured, ever, you are still screwed, no one will find you or your work among their thousands of artist members.

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Nowadays, you need to have 100’s of thousands of followers/fans, on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram; and also, you need to be a Video Blogger on the many video platforms (YouTube, Dtube, Whatever-tube) and give instructional videos a few times a week to keep your audience educated, and satisfied.  Only if your audience is happy, your video channels will grow and you can keep being popular and noticed and earn some money from your video blogging work.

The more audience you have, the more potential artwork sells you could get, the more donations you may get through Patreon (or other donation platforms), and the more AdSense you could get, the more merchandise you may sell from the many merchandising websites you would need to be a member of.

For stock photography, you need to have submitted, perchance, several thousand images before anyone takes notice and you sell some images, for either royalty-free usage (meaning you earn pennies), or if you’re lucky, you sell an image for rights-managed usage, which means you can earn some dollars, or many dollars—depending on the use of the image.   Nevertheless, you are still competing with millions of other stock photographers who have similar images, in similar categories, for customers to choose from, so the competition is mind boggling; and also, the earnings from stock photography are not very predictable, nor dependable.

I had a Photographer friend here in Penang, I think he is retired now, who shot stock photography for the company, Image Bank—this was around 1998, or 1999.  He suggested to me that I contact Image Bank.  He said, you can earn a lot.  He had just recently sold one image, and he showed me his royalty check—it was for $1,200.00!  Today, with the snakes who own the stock photo companies, and who changed the rules of the business in their favour, I would guess that if my friend sold that same image today in the stock photo trade, his royalty check would be more in the $1.00 range.  Fucking sad, pathetic, and true.


SO WHY CONTINUE THIS ARTISTIC INSANITY?

So why the fuck do I keep creating art photographs?  

Insanity perhaps.

No, I guess because I will always be an artist in my brain and in my heart.  I have to create artwork—artwork is part of me, it is my nature, so I must be part of nature.

⊙ ⊙ I like to reflect on that great story told by Lee Krasner, Jackson Pollack’s wife, she said, 

“I brought [Hans] Hofmann around to Jackson’s studio because I thought he would appreciate it.  Hoffman said to Jackson, ‘You should join my class, you are very ‘tal-lanted’, but this is no good, you will repeat yourself, you do not work from nature.’  Jackson’s response was, ‘I am nature!'”

Light Streaks Abstract — Ganesha

Title:  “Light Streaks Abstract — Ganesha.”

Copyright 2017 Nawfal Johnson .

All Rights Reserved.

Description of Ganesha from Wikipedia:

“Ganesha (/ɡəˈneɪʃə/; Sanskrit: गणेश, Gaṇeśa; About this sound listen ), also known as Ganapati, Vinayaka and Binayak, is one of the best-known and most worshiped deities in the Hindu pantheon. His image is found throughout India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Nepal. Hindu sects worship him regardless of affiliations. Devotion to Ganesha is widely diffused and extends to Jains and Buddhists.”

“Attired in an orange dhoti, an elephant-headed man sits on a large lotus. His body is red in colour and he wears various golden necklaces and bracelets and a snake around his neck. On the three points of her crown, budding lotuses have been fixed. He holds in his two right hands the rosary (lower hand) and a cup filled with three modakas (round yellow sweets), a fourth modaka held by the curving trunk is just about to be tasted. In his two left hands, he holds a lotus above and an axe below, with its handle leaning against his shoulder on the right side.”

My Note:  Cloaked in Orange, you can see the Elephant ears, eyes, long trunk, but wide body, sitting cross-legged on a lotus, but all created with light streaks.

ETHEREAL DREAMS AND HOPE BOOK BY NAWFAL JOHNSON NUR, ABOUT MY LIFE WITH ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS AND AN EXHIBITION OF MY SMOKE ART PHOTOGRAPHS

ETHEREAL DREAMS AND HOPE (2011) IS A 136 PAGES BOOK BY NAWFAL JOHNSON NUR, IT IS AN EXPLANATION OF ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS, IT IS ALSO ABOUT HIS LIFE WITH ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS, AND AN EXHIBITION OF HIS EXPRESSIVE, ETHEREAL SMOKE ART PHOTOGRAPHS.

 

THE SALES LINK IS:

http://www.lulu.com/shop/nawfal-johnson-nur/ethereal-dreams-hope-a-photographic-collection-with-words-to-boost-your-spirit/paperback/product-17497067.html

Here is the book cover and a short description:

ETHEREAL DREAMS AND HOPE

3 Days Times 2—THE KHAOS LEGIONS

Title: “3 Days Times 2—THE KHAOS LEGIONS”.

Creation Date: 5 February 2017.

Series: “ABSTRACT PAINTED PHOTOGRAPHIC ART”.

Series Years: 2014 to 2017.

Copyright 2017 Nawfal Johnson.

All Rights Reserved.

Penang, Malaysia.
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Influence:
“From the ashes of a corrupt undying world

They raise like a phoenix

A godless entity

They are the Khaos Legions.”

~ Arch Enemy – Khaos Overture ~

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To me, this looks like a massive, chaotic battle.  But, I also think it is quite beautiful and orderly, which is a contradiction to the scene of a battle.

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Original Artwork—Medium, Style, and Material: Acrylics; Ambidextrous Abstract Expressionism; on Cotton Canvas.

Original Artwork Creation:  2004.

Imagekind Art Photo #: .

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