A special painting commissioned last February by a collector from the US. He commissioned two very big paintings, of the size of 240x170cm (94x66 inch) Today I will be talking to one of theme: “Yin and Yang” He really gave me freedom to express and to create, he told me what emotions.
Vanilla is a painting that I created at the end of 2020 just as I was finishing to discover and codify my "Bright Expressionism" style This painting is very symbolic and representative. Colors and shapes do not follow the rules of reality. One group of trees is blue / purple and.
I will always answer this question with only one word: EMOTIONS! Does that art piece speak to your soul? Does it arrive straight to your guts? Do you feel that you would paint, sing, or write exactly like that if you could paint, sing, or write exactly like that? Do you want to.
Yes absolutely! Everything that creates an emotion is ART and abstract works can for sure create emotions I think that if something communicates to you, that is already art. From the outside, it might seem that abstract paintings are just a bunch of colors and shapes randomly put on the canvas,.
This is an interesting topic! I think it is possible, it might sound impossible but it is! Personally my heart beats when I see something painted in oil, with a lot of texture and with an imperfect, impressionist or expressionist style. This is also what I try to create, I need.
Art is therapy! From creating it to observing it, to collecting it and owning it, everything that has to do with art is therapeutic. I notice that if I let a few days go by without painting I become nervous, life seems sadder to me, I don’t feel myself. The first.
Oh yes absolutely! I personally take a lot of inspiration from nature, I believe that mother nature is the best artist I know. I find everything around me very inspiring. From landscapes to animals. I love skies of all kinds, every moment of the day and every weather condition has.
A painter follows a very personal path and is generally always in the future with his head. I notice that it is common among us painters to have much clearer ideas than what we show to others. We are usually able to plan months and months of work, plus the more.