news about daniel sroka's abstract nature art | May 2016 |
Spring in the northeast is an explosion of delicate, temporary color. Flowers like the forsythia, or blooms on a crabapple tree, come for a very brief but intense time. Suddenly, the world is full of color. And a few short days later, it is gone.
This past month, I worked on preserving this color, working quickly to capture their energy before it faded. I created a new collection of 20 photographs that showcase the yellows of forsythia, the pinks of crabapple, and the purples of crocuses.
If you are working on a project that could use the color and vitalty of spring, please give me a call.