Creating art is a very cerebral process for me. Somehow I cannot take the left brain completely out of this right brained and creative activity. I’m also a treasure hunter, so I love popping little surprises into my pieces on occasion. In the world of software or application development, a surprise element is called an “easter egg”.
“Dressing Mondrian” whose title is a play on words, was designed with two “Easter eggs” in place.
1) a needle and thread in the shape of Piet Mondrian's younger life mustache (in his younger years, more playful). Yves Saint Laurent was the designer of the Mondrian dress / collection in 1965.
2)The YSL abstractly in the same box.
The journey to create seems to evolve in it’s own way - sometimes inspired at different levels. This piece was created as much in my head as it was through inspiration. No matter what, always an interesting process.
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