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Abstraction: A Tidal Obsession
August 2020: Park circle Gallery

Tidal Obsession is a collection of works to share my love of the tidal marshes and seashores of the Low Country and beyond.
Throughout August , This series of abstract photographs will be showing at the New Park Circle Gallery located at 4820 Jenkins Avenue, N. Charleston.

As a landscape and nature photographer, she creates expressive images of the enduring beauty in ordinary places. The changing landscape gives the opportunity to create an elegant image from a less than perfect circumstances. Her technique is a dream like vision... a moment to be whisked away by the sea that leaves her impression forever on your soul.

New Park Circle Gallery
August 1-29, 2020

4820 Jenkins Avenue In Park Circle Hours are Tuesday-Friday 10-6 and Saturday 12-4

Look for times when I will be on on site to talk about the work and answer any questions.

Abstraction Defined

Abstraction isn’t a style or movement; it can exist in all art to a certain degree. Various dictionaries define Abstraction as ‘freedom from representational qualities in art’ and ‘not representing things pictorially’. It’s more about how the beauty of shapes and color can override representational accuracy. Abstraction is a ‘continuum’. Many art movements have been influenced by and employ abstract principles to a varying extent; the more removed from reality a painting or sculpture is, the more abstract it could be considered.


Photography is the only language that can be understood anywhere in the world. Bruno Barbey


Hope Floats
We have two pieces of art from Nicole Robinson and it's only a matter of time before we have more. She has an incredible eye and can capture light and textures like no one I've ever seen.
Charles Bevier
Bevier Creative
Day Break Kitchen-1
I wanted you to see not only the picture but how it works in the context of the whole kitchen breakfast room area. I like how it changes the vibe in the entire space
Tom A.
Ocean Lullaby Fireplace-
We love it and it looks like it was made for this spot! We really enjoy your work and someday would love to move to the coast, but until then, we have "oceanfront" property right here thanks to your beautiful photo.
Peter and Becky

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