My favourite view of Water Jars, with the afternoon light shining through the windows. The exhibition officially opened today so get down to the Ecosciences Precinct and have a look at the different approaches artists have used to fuse art and science
I painted my studio red...because why not?What color is your studio or favorite workspace? —
At left is a sculpture I’m working on, made of prickly pear cactus skeleton. Progress has been tabled with the summer 🌵 heat. As an #environmentalartist I not only make art using things found in nature, but I like to work in nature as well. This studio is a transformed garage, and I work with the door wide open so I can enjoy the hills and sky and critters (birds, coyote, javelina) behind my house. #entrepreneurialartist
Original Contemporary Abstract Seascape Painting "Blinding Inspiration" by International Contemporary Abstract Artist Arrachme-20"x16" Acrylics on Gallery Wrapped Canvas-Available
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Scaling up my project by my minimalist persona M... I think I need to go even bigger! Great thing with doing it this way is it’s not permanent and I can adapt it and make it even bigger to visualise potential final pieces which will be done on canvas or similar. Can’t wait to reach my new destination soon and hopefully stay there for a looooong time!
Install complete, just in time for the weekend! Water Jars, a collaboration between school students, environmental artists and soil and water scientists, is on display for the next month at the Ecosciences Precinct. This artwork references the Hydrangea flower which changes colour according to the pH of the soil, and the process of chromatography, which allows colour to disseminate with liquid. The name hydrangea comes from the Greek words hydros angos, which translates to water jar, due to the thirsty nature of this plant
Original Contemporary Abstract Seascape Painting "Depths of Serenity” by International Contemporary Abstract Artist Arrachme-Exhibited in Provenance-New York in 2015-48"x36" Acrylics on Canvas-The original as well as fine art prints are available. Follow link in bio to purchase.
🌿Stitched leaves floated above eco print on handmade cotton rag paper made from recycled clothing and onion skins. 🌿 Echoes of Whispers 1 is one of two left in the series. 🌿I’m working on more. 🌿 I imagine the floated leaves are echoing whispered stories from nature. 10% proceeds from all sales donated to WWF Australia to support koala habitat conservation programs.
Have I told you that we’re addicted to waterfalls! ?
Not in the photo @sophia.arbelaez my daughter with whom I’ve taken on a beautiful dosage of hikes, visits to waterfalls and crispy cold delicious swims. Through her emerging passion of photography this happened! Love it!! Perfection! Just what we both need. .
Photo of me by @jessekittphotography
Original Contemporary Abstract Seascape Painting "Embracing Freedom" by International Seascape Artist Arrachme- Provenance- New York City , Manhattan 2015, published in Italy , published Barnes and Nobles 2015
48"x36"x1.5",Acrylics on Gallery Wrapped Canvas-Available/follow link in bio to purchase.
Work in progress shot of Water Jars, a collaboration between artists, scientists and school students. The final artwork will be installed this Friday at the Ecosciences Precinct for the Art Meets Science exhibition