"If my work speaks for itself, why should I interrupt?" Robert Louis Stevenson is said to have asked.
Why does there always have to be an 'artist's statement'? The most an artist's statement can do is provide a bit context. So how about this:
I like the play of light and dark as it falls against architecture. It doesn't have to be modern architecture, but neither does it have to be particularly quaint or nostalgic. In fact the more mundane the better. Sometimes the banal items of everyday life assume the greatest drama at sunrise or when sunset is approaching. Early morning or late afternoons provide these 'golden hours.' But the glow of golden light is not very dramatic unless it can contrast against the more sinister dark that encroaches around it. In the end, the light and shadow in nature create their own abstract model on which you and I can reflect.
So there is the 'artist's statement.'
Now, an artist's question:
See anything you like?