When things break, it’s not the actual breaking that prevents them from getting back together again. It’s because a little piece gets lost - the two remaining ends couldn’t fit together even if they wanted to. The whole shape has changed.
"Inherent to Hayuk’s imagery and palette—and to her practice overall—is a complex interplay between darkness and light. Anger and anxiety, depression and dissatisfaction: the negative emotions that the global state of perpetual war and economic uncertainty can provoke are very much present in her work. At the same time, in her use of buoyant hues and feel-good patterns and in the demand for optimism expressed in the Positive Future Prophecy Posse manifesto, she insists on hope." —Corrina Peipon, assistant curator
Picasso for The Fox is Black 작성자: danielpatricksimmons I’ve been a fan/reader of Bobby Solomon’s The Fox is Black for quite some time now. So it was an honor when he approached me to put together a piece for The Fox is Black Desktop Wallpaper Project. Needless to say I stepped away from the screen creating a piece on a literal desktop. The piece is inspired by one of my favorite Pablo Picasso quotes, “Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working”. See the feature and download the wallpaper on Bobby’s site here:http://www.thefoxisblack.com/2014/03/05/the-desktop-wallpaper-project-featuring-daniel-patrick-simmons/
Crepuscular rays: Dramatic columns of sunlight radiate from the sky You may have heard of this beautiful phenomenon under a variety of different names: God rays, angel stairs, ropes of Maui, Jacob’s ladder, fingers of God — just to name a few. While many of the names possess obvious spiritual inspiration, “crepuscular” (which is derived from the Latin word for “twilight”) refers to the tendency for the rays to appear during dawn and dusk.