This piece of art was created by using textured acrylic paint, with live flower arrangements in the background.
This is the second article about an Ikebana series which was started with Ikebana series #1 .
As explained previously, “Ikebana” is a Japanese traditional art of flower arrangement.
The most important fact in this art is that there are no rules.
In Japan, Ikebana is being well received in various age groups from young to old people and enjoyed by many generations at the same time. There is a reason that this art still exists in our modern day world even though it has been introduced for over hundreds of years.
This painting was done after I read a book about how to arrange flowers in Japanese-style. I really like the rustic feel of this painting because the materials used in the arrangement are not ordered, but instead just thrown together in an unsystematic way that echoes my own feeling when arranging flowers.
Is a piece of painting done for my Ikebana series. It is a painting of the palms in St. Barthelemy The tree has many stories to tell, starting with the fact that it carries its own waterfall in between its leaves I was struck by its beautiful forms which are full of life and vigour at the same time. I…
This painting went with the previous as a diptych. This time I tried to play with sensory perceptions by using contrasting colors, shadows and reflections. The chair is both dark and bright, the vertical lines give it a sense of depth while at the same time bringing forward its central part where one eye is located. It’s a little bit…
It’s not even particularly known as a good spot, and yet it still draws an unbelievable amount of people. Since I had free time, I decided to come and see for myself, but… As expected, just like with the previous sport, there were some pretty amazing guys here. To think that there would be more than ten people out here…