Thursday, May 19, 2016

Cracked thermal Earth, double Exposure Photography, Rotorua New Zealand, Janet Keen Fine Art Photographer.

These abstract, fine art prints are originals by Janet Keen. 

 No two are the same.

Embedded in them are images of people.

You can have your own special abstract image with silhouettes of yourself or your family or pet embedded

They are explorations of Humanbeings being part of the landscape, dissolving into it and working with it, instead of dominating it. 

They are images that ask us to be gentle on the earth and to treasure it and let it breathe. 

Colours are designed to go with your decor and favourite colour scheme

Notifications by galleries in New Zealand to exhibit my photographic Fine Art work are welcome 

All images are signed and dated on the back

All Photographs are copyrite

You can have works with as little or many cracks as you like, there's something quite fragile about cracks and in their way they can be quite haunting and beautiful. Ambiguity makes things more mysterious, less obvious, more intelligent and interesting. 
Abstract work allows to the viewer to bring their interpretations into the work, which is just as valid. 
 I am in love with abstracts. 

Overseas queries welcome

Write to me at and tell me which one you like best. 
See more on my Janet Keen Artist facebook page

Haiku with double 
shags silhouetted  
waiting for the mist to clear 
fishermen whisper

chinese girl takes aim
mist hiding her face from me
chinese whispering 

there are three girls here
or is it  one girl ghosted
can't tell in the gloom 

cracked earth engulfs her
she disappears like the mist
chinese whispering

What is haiku? A three lined poem of Japanese derivation. 
Often talking about a moment in time. 
Sometimes having syllable cont of 5, 7, 5, but not necessarily. 

Go out, take some photos and write some haiku to them.
 Send me your results. Good luck, 
See how happy you feel when you have finished because writing haiku is like meditating.  

Creative Quote of the Day
“Haiku is not a shriek, a howl, a sigh, or a yawn; rather, it is 

the deep breath of life.” 

 Santōka Taneda, Mountain Tasting: Haiku and Journals of Santoka Taneda

All photographs for sale. 
Price depending on size. 
Phone 3463435 or email for details. 

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