Art through Nature

In nature there are endless forms: geometric, lines, changeable (such as the clouds) and when they are grouped together they truly form interesting patterns.

We have amazing lighting that highlights these forms, make them more attractive and creates contrast.

And we have spectacular colours all around us.

Hermann Hesse wrote “Nature has got thousands of colours. And we decided to reduce them to only about 20!”

In conclusion, everything around us can be a muse that inspires the artist. As Pablo Picasso said: “The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider’s web.”

I find it’s also true that everything inside me can be inspirational, my emotions deeply affect my art. Unless they are terribly negative, in which case they stop me from creating.

In my next post I will write more about the wonderful colours.

To view and shop my artworks you can please visit my website lucia-waterson.pixels.com

Thank you!

 

 

By Lucia Waterson

I write poems (exclusively in Italian). What I love in working with colours is that it's a direct language with no barriers. And I like how it brings me into my dreamworld. I'm fond in particular of nature, because in its beauty there is love and hope. I started a new series of artworks Weird but True, because many times nature can be quite bizarre! And the first one, Nature's palette, is already uploaded, you can see it in my website https://lucia-waterson.pixels.com/ I also started a new series of artworks, in which I select news from all over the world and I recount them to you through my eyes and my (he)art. We can take this ongoing journey together if you keep visiting. The first artwork is already uploaded, it's called Touching the sky. Thank you very much! Lucia Waterson

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