Art I Loved

Art I Loved

This week I discovered some amazing artists whose work is inspiring me. All of these images reflect in part how I’m feeling at the moment. Living in the icy hell that is Montreal in winter, it’s works like these that keep me sane until the first rays of spring sunshine arrive.

In some way or another, they all capture the quiet isolation, the frustration and the introspective nature of winter.

 

Self-portrait, 1954, by Vivian Maier.

Self-portrait, 1954, by Vivian Maier.

 

Synergy, Lake Wanaka, New Zealand, 2010. By environmental artist, Martin Hill. Raupo stems (bulrush), linen threads 1300mm height 2010 Lake Wanaka, New Zealand

Synergy, Lake Wanaka, New Zealand, 2010. By environmental artist, Martin Hill.

 

Olaf Breuning, 2013, Smoke 3.

Olaf Breuning, 2013, Smoke 3.

 

Violent and still, by Thinh Dong.

Violent and still, by Thinh Dong.

 

Dissolution, 2013, by Shay Kun.

Dissolution, 2013, oil on canvas, by Shay Kun.

 

Shape C/M, 2013, by Filippo Minelli.

Shape C/M, 2013, by Filippo Minelli.

 

 

 

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