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The pictures from the series "Luminous" represent an interaction between color and light on the two-dimensional canvas. The unfolding of the color spectrum is dependent both on the properties and the intensity of the light as well as on the movement of the viewers. For this reason, the artworks have a dynamic and constantly changing appearance. Particle I & Particle II represent a diptych. The idea leads to quantum physics and the current experiments in this area and the ZERN experiment. The particle in the middle of the picture (in the form of a heart) divides into an infinite fractal net all handpainted. The color gradient from light ultramarine to deep Prussian blue in both pictures creates the space. The spiral composition shows the movement of the particles. The one based on silver and the other based on gold reflect the spectral colors in their splendor. The focus of my art represents the implementation of the color. I work with it in individual and experimental conversion.
The pictures from the series "Luminous" represent an interaction between color and light on the two-dimensional canvas. The unfolding of the color spectrum is dependent both on the properties and the intensity of the light as well as on the movement of the viewers. For this reason, the artworks have a dynamic and constantly changing appearance. Particle I & Particle II represent a diptych. The idea leads to quantum physics and the current experiments in this area and the ZERN experiment. The particle in the middle of the picture (in the form of a heart) divides into an infinite fractal net all handpainted. The color gradient from light ultramarine to deep Prussian blue in both pictures creates the space. The spiral composition shows the movement of the particles. The one based on silver and the other based on gold reflect the spectral colors in their splendor. The focus of my art represents the implementation of the color. I work with it in individual and experimental conversion.
The pictures from the series "Luminous" represent an interaction between color and light on the two-dimensional canvas. The unfolding of the color spectrum is dependent both on the properties and the intensity of the light as well as on the movement of the viewers. For this reason, the artworks have a dynamic and constantly changing appearance. Particle I & Particle II represent a diptych. The idea leads to quantum physics and the current experiments in this area and the ZERN experiment. The particle in the middle of the picture (in the form of a heart) divides into an infinite fractal net all handpainted. The color gradient from light ultramarine to deep Prussian blue in both pictures creates the space. The spiral composition shows the movement of the particles. The one based on silver and the other based on gold reflect the spectral colors in their splendor. The focus of my art represents the implementation of the color. I work with it in individual and experimental conversion.
The pictures from the series "Luminous" represent an interaction between color and light on the two-dimensional canvas. The unfolding of the color spectrum is dependent both on the properties and the intensity of the light as well as on the movement of the viewers. For this reason, the artworks have a dynamic and constantly changing appearance. Particle I & Particle II represent a diptych. The idea leads to quantum physics and the current experiments in this area and the ZERN experiment. The particle in the middle of the picture (in the form of a heart) divides into an infinite fractal net all handpainted. The color gradient from light ultramarine to deep Prussian blue in both pictures creates the space. The spiral composition shows the movement of the particles. The one based on silver and the other based on gold reflect the spectral colors in their splendor. The focus of my art represents the implementation of the color. I work with it in individual and experimental conversion.
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Juliana Do

Austria

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 78.7 W x 78.7 H x 0.8 D in

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The pictures from the series "Luminous" represent an interaction between color and light on the two-dimensional canvas. The unfolding of the color spectrum is dependent both on the properties and the intensity of the light as well as on the movement of the viewers. For this reason, the artworks have a dynamic and constantly changing appearance. Particle I & Particle II represent a diptych. The idea leads to quantum physics and the current experiments in this area and the ZERN experiment. The particle in the middle of the picture (in the form of a heart) divides into an infinite fractal net all handpainted. The color gradient from light ultramarine to deep Prussian blue in both pictures creates the space. The spiral composition shows the movement of the particles. The one based on silver and the other based on gold reflect the spectral colors in their splendor. The focus of my art represents the implementation of the color. I work with it in individual and experimental conversion.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

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Size:78.7 W x 78.7 H x 0.8 D in

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www.julianado.com „As color research translated into painting, the artist understands this and other of her works, which are characterized by the approach of finding the concrete out of the abstraction to the concrete of the color. In this, she has developed a mastery, which is increased by the fact that she creates deep spatial effects from the combination of materials and their specific application on the painting surface“. Writes Dr. Konrad Scheurmann in his book, Dialogue Color - Contributions from Science, Art and Society by André Karliczek and Dr. Konrad Scheurmann 2017

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