Digital and Design Artist
Textile Art Textile Art
March 2017

TEXTILE ARTS - Colors!

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Digital Drawings; a combination of vector art created using a vector illustration software program, with digital drawing. Vector art is a mathematic equations and geometric primitives (points, lines, and shapes) to create art that is clean and can be scaled infinitely, without any loss of quality or fidelity. I always love experimenting with different media and styles and my passion for digital art always led me to draw digital works of art and transfer them to fabrics of my own cloth creations. The Collection “Colors” was an inspiration from my Scarf Collection 2016-2017. A composition of an abstract playful forms, elements, textures and bright warm colors that accidentally created though the working process. The results can be surprising even to me. If you look closely you will discover unexpectedly playful elements of flowers with small figurative form of parrots and butterflies. The two main characteristics of this digital art. By continuously keeping my imagination alive and being able to create a type of ‘pleasant deception’, in my designs you will discover delicately shaded roses and abstractive shapes all of which fluidly evolve into surfacing what I call “experimentation with new media, a visual reality”. Using digital design in the most impressive forms is part of what I love doing. I find that hand drawing is a reliable complimentary tool to my digital modelling. That’s what makes abstract art so unique. It is created from intense thought processes, an attempt to amplify my fantasy and dreams of love, fashion and beauty. This is what I love most on abstract art; the ability to express my creativity by creating a visual experience that is free and unencumbered by the weight of objects and is always open to interpretation. My goal is to inspire those who see my work to look more carefully and discover what emotions, sensations or memories emerge. They are invited to discover the meaning behind my work by traveling around the art without expectation and by looking at colors, styles, materials, surface and how they interact.