Joseph Long's presentation considers the duality of Mondrian's early flower painting and his more celebrated hard edged, abstract compositions.
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BY ELIZABETH JOSE
@ VOL 9
ON APR 04, 2013
"What if painting was easy, right?"
In Free Painting from PechaKucha Night Taos Vol.9, Elizabeth Jose presents a series of her paintings while sharing how she creates these beautiful works of art. Elizabeth talks about her mindset while painting, preparation, and what motivates her to paint.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on July 28th, 2017.
Abstract Animation in Physical Space
BY AUZANI ZEDA
@ VOL 2
ON APR 01, 2016
Auzani Zeda expresses how nature and music inspires her abstract animation creations and how she translates it into physical visual and audio forms. She shows us how personal emotions bring to the creation of this new form of art that gives an out of the world experience to audiences and explains why it is kept in an abstract form.
The Nomadic Life of an Artist
BY NIKY ROEHREKE
@ VOL 146
ON APR 26, 2017
Niky Roehreke left New York in summer 2014. Since then she lived in the woods in a camping car on Orcas island , in an apartment in Berlin, in a van across Japan, in a village in India, in the amazon jungle in Peru and recently returned to Japan and is working on her book about humans, nature and what happiness is.
Photo Album of Paintings
BY MAMATJAN JUMA
@ VOL 1
ON MAR 15, 2018
Mamatjan Juma is an artist who was trained in the style of Socialist Realism, in which ideology was paramount. He began questioning this notion and exploring more abstract styles after his move to the United States. Through "snapshots" of his paintings, he shows the development of his style, where beauty, balance, and limitlessness are expressed without the need to stand for an ideology.
Honey of a Thousand Flowers
BY SARAH WINWARD
@ VOL 24
ON MAR 30, 2018
Sarah is a destination wedding florist that creates flower arrangements inspired by the texture and changing of seasons in nature. Her flowers evoke the feeling of freshly gathered garden flowers, with all their natural variations and inconsistencies.
She has traveled all over the world creating flowers for couples in many different environments. Her philosophy is that flowers should feel natural in the environment that they are going to be viewed in. S
he goes to great lengths to source the perfect flowers to complete a desired look, but also finds many of her materials in the immediate area that the event will be held. The final product truly is an extension of it’s surroundings, her interpretation of nature. She finds joy in collaborating with a couple to create flowers unique for their event; taking inspiration from them, the season, and the surroundings. Each arrangement is more than just a centerpiece or a bouquet, it has layers of beauty that are meant to be experienced, not just seen. Sarah works internationally , but resides in Salt Lake City, Utah, where she calls the base of the Rocky Mountains home.