Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Geometric Triangles and WWW....





When we talk about experiments, we usually think about scientists. But artists are also conducting experiments while creating their artworks. Artists use all available to them senses, intuition, emotion or logic to communicate their messages, experiences or ideas through colors, shapes, forms, objects etc. Similarly to scientists, artists are great observers of their surroundings, of human behavior, of current events.....

So, where am I going with this comparison? It all leads to my new abstract painting "Web of Triangles." It is an experiment due to the fact that this artwork is very different from my "tree of life/lovebirds" series of paintings. It was also created in a style different than my pouring art.

I was thinking about the World Wide Web (WWW) while creating this geometric painting. How infinite WWW? How much can it expend? How much information can it collect and hold? Is it infinite? All information (triangles) is tied together in this gigantic web of knowledge and triangles separate from the web (search results) only when specific search is conducted.

I had fun creating this artwork and hope you enjoy it as well!

Etsy listing: http://www.etsy.com/listing/81661606/abstract-art-geometric-painting-original
Size: 12"x16"x3/4"

Happy Tuesday!

Helen
[HJM Art Gallery]: http://hjmart.etsy.com

6 comments:

  1. Striking painting, love the colors and the way it goes off the edge of your canvas.

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  2. I really love this painting. I feel like I saw something similar to it in art gallery Tucson. Thanks for sharing the unique and interesting piece.

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  5. I love your triangles. Your colors are so crisp and clean.

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