About the Book
Flora Nocturne is an analysis that compares and contrasts two visual constructs; objective poetic transformations and abstractions. Objective poetic transformation is not a new idea and derives from photographic statements and criticism from the twentieth century. Practitioners from Alfred Stieglitz to Edward Weston to Minor White were all pursuant of purity, objective observations, and gateways. The construct of abstractions came from painting and influenced not only photography but the art world as a whole in the twentieth century. The theme of this collection explores the tension between representation and abstraction, real and unreal, reality and imaginations, leaving the viewer to question, reconcile, and manifest.