In Honor of Art Basel

January 9, 2018

Do you ever look at a piece of art and somehow it is so perfectly connected to you? As if it connects with you and where you are right at that moment?  It explains all of your heartache and pain, your happiness and laughter, your tears, emotions that you can't even explain.  It might even represent a transitional period in your life.  To others, it's just a blob of ink, and somehow for you, it resonates with your soul.  Well, that's what art is.  That's what it does. Art beautifully connects unknown souls to something much deeper.

 

One of my favorite art installations was done by Janet Enchilmen in 2016. The work was commissioned by Renwick Gallery in DC.  As the museum had just reopened it's doors from a lengthy renovation, Enchilman created a visual art display consisting of a delicate, oversized net and a vibrant-hued light display. The light was creatively timed to softly transition between hues, creating a soft rainbow against the ever so softly woven net. See above for different images of the transitions between the lighting effects.

 

 

www.echelman.com

www.americanart.si.edu

 

 

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