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Looking into the abyss

This website looks at the fusion of art with photography:  Photo-Art.

Bernard Humphrey-Gaskin has personal connection with the phrase... "looking into the abyss" ... of course needs to be done with care, as ..." the abyss may look back at you " ... referenced to Friedrich Nietzsche.  

Artists are often looking into the abyss in order to discover depths within their souls that are then expressed in their artwork..

Home:   Photo-Art by the Architect !!!

Bernard Humphrey-Gaskin is a chartered architect and the principal of abp Chartered Architects, a British architect working in the South of London. Bernard Humphrey-Gaskin has an interest in design, architecture and photography.

Architecture is not just doing drawings, but the visualisation of an idea into a built form, that is represented by a human need for living within a physical shelter.  The shelter in this instance being anything from homes, schools, offices, work places, museums, hospitals and airports, etc etc. The visualisation process, if done properly, is therefore an art.  Photography, if done properly, is also an art.  Bernard Humphrey-Gaskin appreciates both these arts forms, and is happy to share them with you.

Bernard Humphrey-Gaskin has taken his photographs and adapted them to artform, looking at reflections, details, light, dark, movement and other compositions and context.

"...Vision is so important in understanding our environment. We often miss the detail in what is around us..."   Bernard Humphrey-Gaskin

Bernard Humphrey-Gaskin, hopes you enjoy looking through his Photo-Art website

Thank you for visiting this website.  If you would like to know more about Bernard Humphrey-Gaskin and his art, please feel free to contact him..  

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Bernard Humphrey-Gaskin,
principal of abp Chartered Architects,
South London architects.