Sunday, December 13, 2009

TIME IN ABOTTLE ABSTRACT ART YOGA STYLE FEEL THE ZEN




In art never say what what you created let the viewer tell you what they see.
lesson learned here. This series was created out of a feeling of being trapped. I created this abstract series depicting figure in bottles, thinking I saw them as being all BOTTLE UP. My viewers saw figures in yoga poses, others saw figures in vessels like the Greek art.My motto ask what they see before I explain my muse.

6 comments:

  1. They are definitely open to multiple interpretations. They do seem more serene than feeling trapped would be.

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  2. These are wonderful! I love painting and drawing abstracts it is so freeing!

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  3. There was a debate, of sorts, going on in the Etsy labs about this subject, recently. I agree with you - let the viewer see what he/she sees, especially if you're selling your work. You could blow a sale, otherwise.

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  4. So true... I have this abstract painting that pretty much just looks like carnage and everyone thinks it is a very sad/angry piece, but I was in a great mood when I painted it. It just turned out looking macabre.

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  5. Just stopping in to wish you the best of the holiday season - cheers!

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Johnnie Belinda creating unique art works out of melted pigmented bees wax. My unique encuastic abstracts I use a technique of melting, tilting, and swirling that creates the vivid abstracts of spirit beings and florals. I have no thought to what may appear on the hardboard surface. Allowing a force not of my own to guide my hand into creating exquisite one of a kind abstracts. Not only do I create abstracts in encaustic, I also use acrylics and watercolors. I am self taught. I'm constantly drawing on things, from scraps of paper to canvas, to big pieces or bed sheets. I truly must create the images my mind sees.

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