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Collection: Drawn July 2011
This artist creates a Cuisinart of abstract mirror designs borrowing bits from Victorian, Edwardian, paisley, and art nouveau. She also draws orphan cars, and adapts a few very old ads. Most of her work is hand drawn with twists, vines & Celtic knots.
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Well, maybe in this color the little girls are believing in leprechauns.
This abstract plunge into an art nouveau garden as grown on another planet has grace and kidneys and hearts, and leaves. And if that makes no sense to you, explain to me how you are supposed to come up with concrete things to say about total abstracts. There is nothing really here other than angles, curves, colors, and shapes. But they go together well.
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Thanks Maryyx. When I was a teen/early 20's year old, in college, I took a class in high tech silk screening. When our designs were done they had the whole class sit around for what they called a critique. The people talked about social repression, the liberation of women, the meaning of the arts: all kinds of bull----.
When it came my turn to explain what my work meant, I told the truth. It was a class exercise in techniques. I used leftover scraps from the supplies drawer to choose the paper and colors, and made something I liked out of what I had for free.
The class shredded me with pschoanalbull. I was emotionally repressed, not in touch with my work, and on and on. All this because I wouldn't make up some ludicrous meaning for what really was just a technical exercise for a class.
I never went back to the fine art school of that college. Stayed on my side (film/video) where we didn't have to make up meanings for our work when it was done.
But I did learn that there is an art to "creative writing" which includes titles, and stories, which in my case, are never going to lament the status of women in American society, but might find a fairy tale or tail in a bunch of swoopy arching shapes.
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I love your comment: "explain to me how you are supposed to come up with concrete things to say about total abstracts." It is crazy, isn't it, trying to come up with titles for them, as well as tags that will draw attention!
Loving this one. Wonderful depth in the design, and an enticing color scheme.
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