Andrea Jones

Artist
Adka's Art
North Carolina, USA
Finding mathematical forms within my surroundings and recreating architectural shapes with my camera into geometrical forms is a hidden passion of mine. Once I find the right object or building, the camera in my hand becomes a tool with which I compose my geometrical vision. To reach the perfect result I work with illustration software for shading, contrast and shape retrieval. I manipulate the picture so that every angle, shape and color provides the viewer with a harmonious but intricate experience.
Architectural Screen I.
24"x30"
Digital Photography
2009
I used Southwestern architecture to create this cubist variation against lights and shadows. Gradient shading was used to create distinctive contrast and harmonic but mysterious qualities. Mathematical and architectural rules apply through this bold geometrical statement.
Architectural Screen II.
24"x30"
Digital Photography
2009
Forms dancing in space, almost like the space shuttle hurtling through the universe. There was something mesmerizing about these forms, creating the illusion of discovering the unknown. I had a very rewarding feeling after completing this photo. I went for a wild ride through the illusion of space. Another fun combination of light, architecture, shades and the mathematical possibilities that surround us.
Architectural Screen III.
24"x30"
Digital Photography
2009
Architectural elements in their simplest yet unconventional space create a strict feeling. Clean forms, balance of color and soothing angles give way to a feeling of harmony. Symmetrical outlines provide an inviting space for eyes to wander, infused with a relaxing atmosphere.