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 like how we see things in dreams. It’s a parallel reality that we see but that is not really “there”. The other eye is hidden and what we can see instead is the reflection of it, a simplified version of it anyway.
This drawing was made by using fluid paint onto a paper with stencils. I came up with this idea to make an Ikebana series, because I love the way flowers are arranged in the traditional Japanese style. I wanted to express my own unique interpretation of Ikebana through my drawings. The aim is for you to see how much fun…
Thus painting brings about the best representation of the silent and calm rainforest canopies; a home of thousands and thousands of organisms that make life inhabistable on earth. This is a perfect fit on the living room as we uncover the different wonders of nature
The white paper used in this drawing reminds me of the cleanliness and purity of snow, which brings back memories of when I was a child. As much as I love Ikebana in traditional Japan, I also like Ikebana in Europe or other parts of the world that have a different taste. The beauty of flowers does not depend on…
Puaala (Euphorbia hirta), also called beach snow, is a coastal plant with leaves and stems adapted to resist the salty ocean wind. The leaves are succulent and bristly as shown in the close-up. The stems produce yellow, five-petaled flowers described as star shapes. This awesome art of Ikebana has an elegant simplicity that I quite love. Art created, designed, and…