Remember laying in the grass as a child and looking up at the stars wishing you could catch one of them? Besides Hundertwasser, this is the inspiration behind my newest piece, ‘Star Catcher’.
I love the shapes, lines, and colors of this piece. Although it’s inspired by Hundertwasser and his life work of bringing humanity and nature together in harmony, I’ve finally developed my own style under his influence. I’m so excited and simply overjoyed about this new growth in my work.
I honestly feel like I’ve caught a star and I’m forever grateful. My art has been a wish for so long in my life. Always wondered if I would be able to become a working artist, what my style would be like, and how it would develop. Even though I have my hands in other mediums and experiments it’s always the practice with each piece that helps me to grow into what is already waiting for me to know, learn, do and then share with the world.
This piece is a 9×12 mixed media on mixed media paper. I used watercolor, ink, and salt. I also like to digitally enhance or manipulate a piece in Photoshop. For me, it’s a way to take full advantage of technology to bring about different versions of the same piece giving it endless possibilities with color and shape. This is the result I kept from the image above: