I am self-motivated in my search and my influences are many. A welding trade, then attending UCOL SCHOOL of PHOTOGRAPHY, learning about history and its artists, the darkroom, developing film, design, marketing, presentation. Then 7 years later, attended ELAM FINE ARTS at Auckland University, where my world was expanded exponentially, painting, drawing, printing, sculpture, moving image, philosophy, art history, research, experienced artists as teachers. Both of these schools gave me great confidence to expand on my interests 

 

My work was initially the challenge to emulate photographic artists I had or was studying, to learn from them about the varing aspects of light, how to use and understand my camera, composition and the rules of it's structure, and positioning which creates perspectives.

I enjoy photographing people, places, forms, and abstraction, but my drawing and painting are much different, in a sense that my training is much less and my research also, but my process and my method are very similar. I think of drawing like photography, both are inspired by the same thing and both can make use of the same rules 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

a line before it is a line is still a line, one first has to think............................................

 

OF DEVELOPING MY PRACTICE 

like form and shade, repetition and position, people and places, color and thought. 

like his mentors and their dedication to excellence, philosophy, with its ability to expand, and experience, that which builds upon itself. 

not the only world with such prizes, but different ones with different prices.

WOET EDWIN

art does cause change, on all levels in the individual and society 

when out photographing I must be ready at all times and at times ready because I predict something will happen and I need to be ready. That perspective changes the way I experience the world, taking chances and testing my abilities, sometimes it works and when it does, for instance, a picture is made more so by a set of circumstances I can control mixed in with ONes I can't

"SOMETHING INVISIBLE"

the familiar world does not provide the principles of its own explanation, which principles must, therefore, unless the world be wholly irrational, be sort for elsewhere PHILOSOPHIA PERENNIS

what it all means nobody knows, its all idea

LOOKING FOR PURPOSE

ART OFFERS A GREAT POTENTIAL, THE POTENTIAL OF CONTEMPLATION BY BEING A COMPLETELY USELESS OBJECT     THE EMPTY VESSEL CAN BE FILLED WITH ANYTHING

PAINTING

Art the great chariot of idea,

like music that sees

MORE THAN ONE WORLD

today not the same as yesturday

2019

100 Pastel Drawings 

REMAINING 18 PASTEL DRAWINGS

SELLING IN STORE

FRAMED 

The Cubevase represents balance,  the colors building blocks of our symbols and signs raw elements like time 

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45 Queen St Lv One DEBUT STUDIO

PHILOSOPHIA PERENNIS

A N D   W H E R E  D O E S  O N E   L O O K

"When a trojan horse is not a trojan horse"

R E  I M A G I  N E   W O E T  E D W I N

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