Yes, I'm still on my white hobbyhorse. I can't help myself! These glorious pieces just keep drawing me in.
Carnival IV by Amadea Bailey
Amadea Bailey's work is so exciting! Shades of white ..... layers of torn paper..... movement .... magic! A bonus for me is that she once lived in my neck of the woods and she speaks of a life I am so familiar with.
"I grew up in Africa riding horses in the bush, eating sugarcane by the side of the road, and playing dress-up with banana leaves. I experienced a sense of freedom and abandon, and an immediate connection to the tactile, physical and non-rational worlds. Now, as an adult, my paintings reconnect me to that awakened child of Africa," - Amadea Bailey
Primitive by Amadea Bailey
I'm not quite sure what the whole physiological effect of white is on me but basically it calms and inspires me. It's considered a spiritual colour amongst the Zulus and I notice that it is a sacred colour in many other areas of the world too. It also stands for purity of life, peace and simplicity.
Rain Symphony. Layered textile by Nada Mousawi
Info Contact by Jeesoo Lee
Jeesoo Lee creates abstract wallscapes and installations by sewing and weaving ..... tying, knotting and hanging ......... piercing, ripping, scrunching and scratching...... attaching and constructing.
Have a look here to see her larger works. They really are amazing!
Buttle by Jeesoo Lee
White Shadows. Sewn and constructed paper and cloth by Elisa D'Arrigo
Woodstock Nights by Lawrence Carroll
Petition by Kathryn Frund
Childhood Dreams by Lisa Mei Ling Fong
Mixed media by dagi3 on Flickr