Some time ago in a post titled Consuming Color I pondered the question, “What if color were your subject?” in contrast to black and white photography where the underlying thought is that color distracts from your subject. Over the past several years I’ve been exploring a new dimension of nature and landscape work where identifiable elements of the natural world are abstracted to bring color to the forefront. In essence making color my subject. The small collection of work I’ve compiled is titled “Color Fields” in an homage to the Color Field painting movement of the 1940’s and 1950’s. Below is a slide show of my “Color Field” portfolio.