“Sonia Delaunay refused to accept the factile distinction between fine art and applied art or decorative arts. She devoted her gifts equally to the design of a fabric or to a room-size oil painting…” “For their visits to the dance hall, Bal Bullier, Sonia created her first ‘simultaneous dresses’, made of squares and triangles of [...]
A morning run to the water, As I move, I witness the sunrise, While my senses attune to all the elements that form this wonderful circle of light, movement and music. Image: Leonardo da Vinci Anatomical Study, ca. 1510-1511 The Royal Collection, London
Body Geometry, 2011-ongoing Momentary movements Blue and hot pink fabric, orange clothing In Body Geometry, I explore the subtleties of balance and movement, which is based on my running and yoga practice. I incorporate three elements that have been essential to my work for years — abstraction, movement and color. Through the use of the [...]
I’m so happy to share this article about Arevalo Gallery in the Miami Art Guide. Arevalo Gallery: Merging with the Greats By Manuela Gabaldon The whole article is wonderful, but loved this sentence: “He is on a clear mission to communicate the importance of understanding the life of a piece – why it was made, where it was [...]
Flesh, mind, breath: 3 knots, 3 colors, 3 points.
I’ve been fascinated by triangle pose (Trikonasana) since I began practicing yoga. This is a pose that I try to do everyday, even if it is for a couple of minutes at lunch time. It really makes me feel good. What I find magical about the pose is how our bodies become geometry, basic shapes [...]