Art Reflects Nature:
FAM's response to the Gulf Coast Oil spill.
Oil Spill, #2 & 4 Lois Dicasola
Fine Art magazine FB fan page artist: abstracts and figurative post.
“Art changes the way we perceive and imagine. Art is a doorway to change. Through artistic vision, cultures and societies realize their dream. Together we share the potential for creative expression. Art equals social change.” -Jamie Ellin Forbes
L/R,Maria Varga, "Our Mother Earth", "Untitled", Rusty Harden, "Abstract Minerals Known as Rhythms"
Art is a strong voice for change. Abstract and figurative works contemplating nature illustrated by artists as they work out the thematically how they are affected, inspired by the stream/ flow of nature surrounding them are posted here.
To constructively channel my outrage over the Gulf Oil spill I have requested posts from our Fine Art Magazine Face book Fans, to state through image their reflections regarding nature, as a constructive response to the Gulf Oil spill which will impact out national environment for years to come. These are their images.
How we see is by artists as they enhance nature to remind us through their vision what we find valuable, beautiful, moving and touching. Artists provide the common thread to all peoples employing the language of depiction / figurative imagery to share the metaphor connecting our thoughts. From Color Field, abstract expressionists, abstract impressionists, through realistic and figurative art image we draw the collective vision of our time.
Thank you Fine Art Magazine Fan page artists for contributing to this post.