CROYDON / FRIDAY 31ST MARCH 2017

Today, as part of the photographic collection of Croydon I produced last week and published yesterday, I continued to develop my photography skills further with the pre-installed Camera app, and as today was such a wonderful, lovely, peaceful and happy day, I couldn’t resist producing an up-to-date collection of photographs of Croydon. For this photographic collection of Croydon, I wanted to make sure that the beauty and essence of Croydon were captured in these photographs, considering that on a sunny and beautiful day like today, Croydon is vibrant, colourful, bold and bursting with life.

Shown below are the most current photographs of Croydon that I produced today.

What a better way to end March! For once, the weather has been lovely for a change and right at the end of the month too. It’s safe to say I was not at all disappointed with the way this photographic collection turned out and I am so happy with the final end result I have managed to achieve from this photographic collection.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this photographic collection I have produced of Croydon. All feedback is much appreciated.

Alex Smithson

The Truth About Abstract Art? It’s Interesting & Innovative.

Why is abstract art interesting and innovative? Because abstract art is where you can let your creative skills run wild.

Over the course of yesterday, I spent late yesterday morning and yesterday evening completing an abstract piece I made, after seeing a video on Instagram that was based on the idea of using different patterns on paper, and I used that video as an idea for my own abstract piece.

This took me under 24 hours to produce, and it was all done with the use of a pen. It was about that time

Below is my own abstract piece, inspired on the video I watched on Instagram.

The Truth About Abstract Art - It's Interesting & Innovative
Name: The Truth About Abstract Art? It’s Interesting & Innovative.

I have also produced some colour edits of the same abstract drawing I produced with the use of a pen, and they can also be found below.

I must admit, this is my first time with going abstract, so please feel free to comment and also please feel free to suggest to me some ideas for the kinds of abstract patterns I could make.

Alex Smithson