What do sounds look like? Walking into a coffee shop there are many sensory cues. The smell of the coffee, the atmosphere with the artwork, furniture and lighting, but there is also the sounds. People talking and laughing, the clatter of the dishes, the scooting of chairs, even, if you listen closely the typing on the keyboard. Continue reading “What do sounds look like?”
An interest in how life functions and grows and how that process is mirrored in art is one of the bases for art created by Volcano Alley Creative Group.
For instance, Min’s interest and background in painting and art history keeps her looking at the new ways art uses and rejects the prior art period. Straight, dignified, classic becomes curvy, lush, romantic. But just as quickly there is a return to something older and yet new. In Venice style “A” develops while in Florence style “B” develops, and style “C” develops in Bruges. Or we can substitute New York, Tokyo, and Mumbai. And yet, much of it is quite similar. Not only do developments, styles, and names travel around the world in seconds these days, similar issues, concerns, and joys are reflected in their art. Continue reading “Earth Mirror”