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Reaching for the Sublime
January 20, 2010 9:46 PM   Subscribe

Aleksandra Rdest's art uses a language drawn from weather patterns; inspired by sound waves, clouds, particles and cells on a microscopic level. The point of departure for these works is growth and decay; cellular division and multiplication, weather patterns biological colonization. Rdest’s love affair with colour gives rise to these paintings which are created by richly layering veils of paint to form a deep surface.
posted by netbros (5 comments total) 9 users marked this as a favorite

 
My god. It's full of ... everything.

Really, really like.
posted by IAmBroom at 10:22 PM on January 20, 2010


Beautiful stuff, thanks. Click through to the bigger images, the details make the images work. I'd love to see it in person.
posted by doctor_negative at 10:40 PM on January 20, 2010


Nice stuff. Thanks for the post!
posted by Thorzdad at 3:36 AM on January 21, 2010


Strangely, these remind me fo Bob Ross. I don't mean that as snark (who would snark about Bob Ross?), I mean the way that the naked brush work sometimes vibrates between brush stroke and form.
posted by cmoj at 9:59 AM on January 21, 2010


Love it.
posted by Durn Bronzefist at 11:59 AM on January 21, 2010


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