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Artist Katrina A Smith.Abstract Photography Art




Positive Business Designs originated in 2009, after undergoing a rebranding, Positive Business Designs Art Gallery was reborn in 2012 and became a corporation in 2016 and was then formally known as POS BUS DESIGNS ART INC. Doing Business as Positive Business Designs Art Gallery. Our business goal is to leave a legacy for generations to come by continually finding new ways to spread the love we have for art with other creatives.

Early on we learned that the Art World is a quite different business to connect with and make a profit, especially without the right connections. Our love of art, combined with our focus to continually innovate the way we market art, we decided to offer design space with Artist Shops and Saatchi Art, which are major E-Commerce Business models that allow artist worldwide to upload artwork to their platform. At the same time, we added another art product, Photograph Art, in addition to Photography Art. With this expansion and additional product offering, it is our hopes that Positive Business Designs Art Gallery will soon be known worldwide and in every household.

Mission Statement: To make art a positive experience for everyone!

Owner: Katrina A Smith

Education: AA San Joaquin Delta College

BA World Financial Group Online University

Location: Cypress, TX

Contact: 832.829.4671


Social Media: FB: Pos Bus Designs Art Inc.


E-Commerce Art Galleries:

Various Dimensions; Gallery Canvas, Gallery Paper, Framed or Unframed.

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History of Abstract Photography Art


Abstract Photography Art emerged during a shift from figurative subjects in other fields of art in the early 1900s. Modernist artistic movements sought to create optical art that did not refer to objects in the real world, and this desire carried over into photography. Photographers rendered figurative objects unrecognizable by taking a new approach to the medium, cropping and manipulating their compositions. Early abstract photographers banded together into collectives, like the Subjektive Fotografie and the Photo-Secession, to explore the purely visual aspect of medium. These groups experimented with close-ups, cropping, negative printing, and different exposure settings. Later movements, most notably Surrealism, also embraced the medium’s capabilities, further developing unrealistic images through solarization and layering methods. These abstract photographers aimed to establish photography as a field requiring artistic skill and challenged the strictly informative quality of the photograph. Today, photographers are still interested in creating abstract compositions, this time aided by refined camera technology and software programs.

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