Tulips (2011)

by 1052302

The theme of this work is the tulip and is a pastel on paper, 29, 7 x 42 cm. The work aims to communicate through the lines, colors and shapes with the public. The forms are arranged so that the different elements that make up the work are interconnected and that the various parts create a structure that can convey the message that the artist wants to disclose to the observer. The lines are simple and create the image of a tulip almost distorted. The colors are like a metaphor where the imagination sets the properties of the work to create an aesthetic and emotional experience. In conferring these aesthetic and emotional properties, the intention is to show the idea of tulip as an object of enjoyment for artistic reflection of the work and the observer himself who contemplates it. The colors are a metaphorical exemplification because they are expressive ...

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The theme of this work is the tulip and is a pastel on paper, 29, 7 x 42 cm. The work aims to communicate through the lines, colors and shapes with the public. The forms are arranged so that the different elements that make up the work are interconnected and that the various parts create a structure that can convey the message that the artist wants to disclose to the observer. The lines are simple and create the image of a tulip almost distorted. The colors are like a metaphor where the imagination sets the properties of the work to create an aesthetic and emotional experience. In conferring these aesthetic and emotional properties, the intention is to show the idea of tulip as an object of enjoyment for artistic reflection of the work and the observer himself who contemplates it. The colors are a metaphorical exemplification because they are expressive properties that are transferred to the tulip by exploiting a different concept of color in the configuration presented by the work. The value is 100,00 EUR / USD 139,00

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