Sunday, 02 July 2017 16:29

Revealing and healing through abstract

Abstracts are mysteries...Not only in a sense of how open they are to interpretation depending on viewer's eyes but also from the perspective of how they are created. I took abstract in last 6 months on the journey of intuitive approach, inner perspective, personal self-discovery and its therapeutic power. It took me a while to understand the connection that is formed between the creator and abstract shapes, colours combination and composition. There is so much more deep there...

Published in Painting
Sunday, 06 March 2016 19:18

Visual language

You may look at some art work and "get it" or stare at hundreds other pictures and forget them next minute. Some visual content is just hitting our heart or simply not. They may be artists who paint one thing over and over for 20 years and never have enough, others are attached to colour, develop specific style. It is all about visual language- that language with no sound but stronger than a shout. Language that exists in you and maybe wants to scream- do you know how to find it?

Published in Artlysing
Sunday, 07 February 2016 16:31

Painting and drawing not for walls

I do lots of art journaling- so much that it worries me sometimes it is my addiction. But from time to time I dab into painting and drawing- not for production of spectacular, fine art but for different reasons. I never really painted for the outcome- to have the finish product. The same with drawing that I am still scared of- I do it for a different reason, quite selfish in some respect...

Published in Painting
Sunday, 15 November 2015 18:26

Painting as going beyond yourself

2 years ago I never painted anything in my life (ok painted bedroom wall and  my nails maybe few times). A paintbrush was an enigmatic tool reserved for those special people who were born gifted to be able to produce images with that magic wand…

 

Published in Painting
Thursday, 29 October 2015 13:54

Artswer

"Art will tell me..." - this what I trusted when first time faced this massive and scary blank canvas. As per Brenè Brown saying "daring greatly" is sometimes more than just being brave.

Published in Painting

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