ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM PENANG TREES ART PHOTOGRAPHY

Ambidextrous Abstract Tree #5, Edit B, on 17 Jan 2018

Title: Ambidextrous Abstract Tree #5, Edit B, on 17 Jan 2018.

Creation Date: 17 Jan 2018

Genre: Mirrored Tree Art Photography.

Medium(s): Digital Photography.

Materials: n/a

Influences: Andreas Bernhard Lyonel Feininger.

Collection: Mirrored Tree Art Photography (also called, ABSTRACT PENANG TREES, or, Ambidextrous Abstract Trees).

Collection Years:  2007 to Present (On-Going).

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☆ Fine Art Print Sales Gallery Link: 

https://www.imagekind.com/Ambidextrous-Abstract-Tree-5-Edit-B-on-17-Jan-2_art?imid=1a520a72-0fb7-45be-bb0e-301fc3279b22

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Copyright 2018 Nawfal Johnson

All Rights Reserved.

Penang, Malaysia.

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Imagekind Fine Art Piece, Number:  2,317.

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Ambidextrous Abstract Trees Photography by Nawfal Johnson.

Ambidextrous Abstract Trees Photography.

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TREE OF CHAOS, Number One by Nawfal Johnson

Description Title: 'TREE OF CHAOS, Number One'.  Creation Date: 14 Sept 2014. Collection: MIRRORED ABSTRACT PHOTOGRAPHY Collection Years: 2010 to Present (On-Going).  Copyright 2014 Nawfal Johnson. All Rights Reserved. Penang, Malaysia.

Description Title: ‘TREE OF CHAOS, Number One’. Creation Date: 14 Sept 2014. Collection: MIRRORED ABSTRACT PHOTOGRAPHY Collection Years: 2010 to Present (On-Going). Copyright 2014 Nawfal Johnson. All Rights Reserved. Penang, Malaysia.

Penang Trees Nawfal Johnson’s Abstract Expressionistic Vision via eFolio Publication

Penang Trees – an Abstract Expressionism Perspective

"Penang Trees - an Abstract Expressionistic Photography Point of View," by Nawfal Johnson Nur, is a collection of 18 art photographs. This series shows "what else" the trees are - their symbolic meanings based on physical characteristics, which in a larger sense, inspired this project.

“Penang Trees – an Abstract Expressionistic Photography Point of View,” by Nawfal Johnson Nur, is a collection of 18 art photographs. This series shows “what else” the trees are – their symbolic meanings based on physical characteristics, which in a larger sense, inspired this project.

The eFolio Photography Book is available for sale at my Sales Gallery at LULU.Com.  This is where I offer many of my publications in eFolio format.  Here is the TinyURL Link to go to my eFolio Publication Page:  https://tinyurl.com/nlzpjus

Here is one of the art pieces from the “Penang Trees” eFolio Collection:

Title:  "Abstract Trees, v14, Edit B." Collection:  Penang Trees. Copyright Nawfal Johnson Nur ~ All Rights Reserved. eFolio Publication 2012.

Title: “Abstract Trees, v14, Edit B.”
Collection: Penang Trees.
Copyright Nawfal Johnson Nur ~ All Rights Reserved.
eFolio Publication 2012.

Book Promotion:

Here is just a note about your own Book Promotion, that is, if you ever wish to publish, or self-publish a book of any kind.  From what I have read, it is your responsibility (yes, your responsibility) to self-promote your publications for at least three years!  Yeap – three years.  That being the case, and because I published the “Penang Trees…” eFolio in 2012, I should mention it until at least 2015.  In fact, I have quite a number of artwork eFolio publications that I need to self-promote, at least more often.  Self-Publish, or publish through a traditional publishing house, it is usually good to promote your work whenever possible.  You have to get the word out there.  I like the old saying,

“If you don’t toot your own horn, who will?”

This saying is very true, and I think that most artists would agree there is some validity to this practice:  There is so much artwork out there – it is very easy to get lost in all the visual “noise” out in the world – on the Internet.

If we (in general) are lucky enough, some day, to reach the level of fame of Richard Avedon, Salvador Dalí, Annie Leibovitz, or, hummmmmm, Diego Rivera – then WOW, we will have ALL SORTS OF PR People wanting to help us get commissioned work, published work, and museum and gallery shows.  UNTIL THAT HAPPENS, God Willing, we will have to be the ones doing all the “heavy lifting” getting the word out there that we exist, that we have good artwork for sale, that we have published work that is cool, and all the other things we need to do as artists.

Anyway…that’s all for now.