#joanmiro#Retrospective at @le_grand_palais.
Influenced by #fauvism , #dadaism and #cubism , it is through #surrealism that Miro was the best. You can feel the elements of the sky and the sea in his works.
seen as naive and childish by some #art critics, Miro's works represent for me an air of #poetry drawn from the most instinctive subconscious.
Said in this life and on this path I'd take no step it's true, if the silt should dry and the shale rock run and all the houses skew, there's a place for us and a common course set and if it tumbles like we fall, I'd never be here and I'll never forget there and I'll have it not, have it not without you...oil on paper #bloomers ..artprints >>> www.elishaashcroft.com
Pilates en plein air
Perchè Pilates all'aria aperta?
- Perché mi piacciono i prati
- Perché il mio colore preferito è il verde
- Perché da qui posso vedere il mare
Why outdoor Pilates?
- Because i like #meadows
- Because #green is my favourite color
- Because from here I can see the #sea
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Henri Matisse, 1910
@fredwind is such a fabulous #brisbaneartist Besides his #fauve colour palette for which he’s pretty famous for, Fred always displays a unique & masterful compositions in his paintings. I love how the red and yellow bands lead you from the left into and across the painting to the right. Then the eye skips over the river picking up the small red patches and forcing the gaze to carry right through and along the background to the left again. Not finished there, the eye then slows and carries along the playful curves of the waterway and leaves you resting and sated in the centre. Cleverly,the cool tones and vertical trees, provide resting points and anchors for the whole work! ❤️💛💙💚💙💛❤️
As you can see, I’m a big fan of his work & not many artists can pull this colour saturation off with such innate command. #southsideartmarket#florabunda#riverbank#paperbarktrees#tulips#red#yellow#flow#compositionflorale#fauvist#fauvism#compositionmaster#bulimbaartist#brisbaneartist