You become an artist by figuring out what is it that you care about most in this world. So others will care as well.
“So, here’s to all of us experiencing more flow in our lives, not only with those of us who write, but with all of us, no matter what we do.”
via Let Creativity Flow.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Judy is a licensed clinical social worker and has worked extensively as a counselor with children, adolescents, couples and families. Judy’s professional experience in the mental health field along with her love of writing, provide insight into real-life experiences and relationships. Her fresh voice and down-to-earth approach to living a happier, more meaningful life are easy to understand and just as easy to start implementing right away for positive results!
As a very passionate human being, I love Art, witch off course have to be related with my childhood. I’m a student at Media Production, filmmaker and an artist. I see the world as an infinite playground, and an inspiring place to get your creation growing.
Todays topic, is ABSTRACT, and I have 2 clips for you to hopefully be inspired by. I love abstract, and the reason why, is because I feel that abstract art, is more personal, intrigue you to see beyond the art .
The first clip, is from Zacher-Finet, and we can see a demo, and how he created the abstract acrylic painting, called “Gedankenschleifen” ( see the link below)
The second clip, is a short-film, called “Beyond The Fog” directed by me , and I would like for you to comment and give me feedback on what are your feeling when your watching it, and what is the story in ur opinion. ( The motto for the film is “Life will never be clear and sharp without a meaning. ”
Leave me your comments and feedback. I would like to hear from you, and read your opinions about ABSTRACT.
Untitled, is an amazing sculpture by Marisa Merz, dated since 1966.
I find myself being so inspired by this artist, and how she can delivered something so beautiful, just by playing with aluminium and stapler.
It helped me realise, how important and powerful simplicity can be.
After visiting TaTe Modern in London, I was questioning what ART, really means, seems that I couldn’t find a answer yet, but it made me realise, that I need to work on my artistic eyes, and think outside the box.
Trying to keep my project as simple as I can, and develop my artistic eyes, to make a beautiful piece.