I decided on this sketchbook project...really by chance. The motivator is that I want to visit Brooklyn....I had many ideas for the sketchbook and had a challenging time on which to do ...so I sketched a lot in other books and the dreaded DEADLINE was approaching. When it came down to it, what I did do was something with double meanings and numbers, even the title "BOOK ENDS"
Art Statement for my Abstract ART
When creating my art, I feel as though I am part of the painting, so hands on that I am immersed in it in such a way that actually feels like sculpting. The process of layering, taking away, scratching, the use of palate knives, forks, string are all part of the creation. It gives it more dimension and contrast to accentuate the surface. My use of color has been a strong element in my paintings. I use meditation as a guide before I start to paint. Typically, I’m drawn to a certain color palette and continue to follow the subtle urges of how the painting will evolve through the movement of color. It’s a dance of sorts with not so orchestrated shapes as the painting emerges. Then again, once in awhile it’s just simple and pure.
My affinity and inspiration for art comes from an adventurous spirit combined with my love of travel, architecture, nature, sometimes even the turbulent storms we encounter in our journey. Enjoying a spontaneous approach to my art style, the results of acrylics/mixed media paintings are vibrant and expressive.
ZsuZsanna says “Art is about discovery, and following that to wherever the process may lead”.
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