Symbolism as a Tool
I was looking through my old paintings and was reminded of the hunger I had to dig down deep inside of myself and express my stories onto canvas. I haven’t gone that deep in years, and perhaps I find myself wanting to revisit my old self. Has that ever happened to you?
The artist's journey can be an amazing experience, we just need to be more present. We need to collect what we’ve picked up along the way and put it into action. All of these tools we’ve collected need to resurface.
Later in her life, she started collaborating with her husband who was the famous architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Her most notable works of art are the gesso panels made for interiors designed by Charles for tearooms and private residences. She was recognized during her career and contributed to more than 40 America and European exhibitions. She passed away in 1933, five years after her husband.
There is so much you can do to add depth to your art piece. I challenge you to step outside the box and see how you can use symbolism in your artwork.
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