Skip to main content

Banyan tree black and white kaleidoscope imagery

The following black and white kaleidoscope artworks were made using a single photograph of a Banyan Tree and its aerial roots. The photo was taken while walking through the inner northern riverside suburb of New Farm in the city of Brisbane.

It’s always fun making kaleidoscope imagery, as I’m never sure a single photo will create an engaging abstract pattern.  That is to say, I am pleasantly surprised by the symmetry of the final pieces shown here. In addition, the choice to use a shallow depth of field paid off and adds interesting details that draw you further into the work.

If you’re a fan of abstract art, more creative kaleidoscope artworks can be found here.


Black and white kaleidoscope artwork of a Banyan tree and its aerial roots.
Kaleidoscope black and white photo.
Tree kaleidoscope abstract art in black and white.
Banyan tree aerial roots kaleidoscope artwork.

Artist: Tahnia Roberts ©2022
Category: Abstract art forms
Style: Black and white photography
Subject: Kaleidoscope artworks
Medium: Digital, photo, black and white
Artist country: Australia

Tahnia Roberts

Author Tahnia Roberts

Tahnia is a visual storyteller who uses photography to explore, investigate and document her surroundings. An avid collector of found objects which frequently become still life compositions. Black and white photography is her preferred medium. Born and raised in New Zealand, she currently resides in Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

More posts by Tahnia Roberts

Leave a Reply