Untitled (Daffodil series), 1971
acrylic on canvas
55 1/2 x 60 inches
57 1/8 x 61 5/8 inches framed
”Vivian Springford’s painting from the Daffodil series exemplifies, her expressive use of color and her ability to capture the essence of nature. The various hues of blue and yellow used by Springford give depth and movement to the composition. This fluidity mirrors, the graceful swaying of daffodils in a gentle breeze.
acrylic on linen
35 3/4 x 35 3/4 inches
38 1/4 x 38 1/4 inches framed
Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri is a renowned Indigenous Australian artist celebrated for his captivating artworks. His pieces portray ancestral stories and Dreamtime narratives, employing intricate dotting techniques and symbolic imagery. Tjapaltjarri’s art encapsulates his profound connection to the land and his cultural heritage, capturing the essence of the Australian desert through a fusion of traditional and contemporary styles. His works exude
visual allure and spiritual depth, inviting viewers to delve into the complexities of Indigenous culture and the significance of ancestral wisdom.
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”For Gunther Forg, like so many other artists, color is both totality and fragment, leaving time in suspensionDavid Barro
”Nan Goldin choice of subject matter revolves around intimate and personal aspects of life, capturing raw and unfiltered moments. Her photography explorers, themes of love, sexuality, addiction, and human vulnerability, creating a powerful visual narrative of lived experiences.
”My desire is to preserve the sense of peoples lives, to endow them with the strength and beauty I see in them. I want the people in my pictures to stare back.Nan Goldin