• additional view of artwork by Cherie Roe Dirksen
  • additional view of artwork by Cherie Roe Dirksen
  • additional view of artwork by Cherie Roe Dirksen

Exploding This Reality


South Africa

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Size: 28 H x 28 W x 1.6 in

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Art Description

Painting: Acrylic, Spray Paint, Household, Paper and Plastic on Canvas.

This was part of the Rocking Art Exhibition held at the Karoo Art Hotel 23/12/2016 - 05/01/2017.

This is the last painting (no. 10) of my Rock Art Series. You can read more about what inspired this series here at my site: http://cherieroedirksen.com/the-rock-art-series/

This painting was subliminally/intuitively painted to the music of what had to be the best band in the world.

I paint whatever the music invokes. I have blogged about the whole experience (with 'start to finish' photographs/slideshow) - you can take the journey of discovery with me in an in-depth article I wrote here: https://cherieroedirksen.com/2016/12/07/exploding-this-reality-with-queen-the-last-rocking-art-painting-in-this-series/.

This painting (and music) evoked certain keywords that I scribbled down on the side of the canvas. This is what came through:

-Symmetry
-Flowering Consciousness
-Interconnected
-Balance
-Healing
-Positive Discharge
-Creative Energy
-Balancing of Masculine and Feminine Energy
-Sexual Energy
-Dark Strings (?) — ‘Angels Bridging’

Please do read the link above for a greater understanding of the process and description.

Keywords: patterns, queen, cherie roe dirksen, collage, color, colorful, intuitive painting, subliminal art, Rocking Art Series, painting to queen

Subjects: Abstract

Styles: Abstract, Abstract Expressionism, Expressionism, Conceptual

Mediums: Acrylic, Spray Paint, Household, Paper, Plastic

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