by Sharon Hudson

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Fine Art Photography Gallery of Sharon Hudson

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Surreal fine art photography.

Surreal fine art photography:
Plasticity II

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Strange Spaces collection

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Colorful fine art photographs:

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Mixed Emulsions collection

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Surreal fine art photography:
They're Everywhere

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Mannequins collection

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Abstract fine art photographs:
Fire Hose

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Urban Abstracts collection

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My Fine Art Photography

Fine art photography—that is, abstraction and composition, not subject matter—has always been my primary photographic interest. I seek out colorful subjects such as architecture, vivid paint and graffiti, interesting textures, and decorative details. My earliest fine art photographs were simple abstractions featuring bold colors and forms in flattened space.

However, returning from East Asia in 1990, I was inspired to replicate in my photography here in America the richness of pattern, color, texture, and decoration that I had captured in my Asian photographs. In addition, I sought a more intriguing use of depth than the traditional illusion of real space. So I began to photograph overlaid images, such as shadows, objects behind fences and windows, and window reflections, in which one object's shape is defined or modified by another (a shadow or a reflection) superimposed upon it. With this, my photography became more richly textured and spatially ambiguous, though still guided by vibrant color and/or strong forms.

Reflections and shadows create natural layering and ambiguity, but I also create surreal layered photographic images. Before digital photography, I created in-camera multiple exposures using color slide film. I discovered that multiple exposures yield luminous, surreal colors otherwise unobtainable in photography. I have many surreal and abstract fine art photographs that derive from these in-camera multiple exposures, sometimes enhanced with sandwiched slides or later digital manipulations.

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