my work @rubysashland will be up for just a little bit longer this month
Go say 👋 pick up a lil'devil (on hash browns - it's the best- as I learned from @j35516a )
BIG BIG thank you to Ruby's and Kimber for letting me share some new work with the community! ❤️❤️❤️
Revati. As far as I know this lunar mansion bestows qualities of kindness and nurturing to its natives. These people are very soft and empathetic. Their primary motivation is spiritual liberation. When afflicted Revatis can become co-dependent.
Born 1959, Sichuan, China
Occupying the aesthetic confluence between traditional Chinese ink painting and Western abstract expressionism, Lan Zhenghui’s work reinvents both. He lets the ink follow and discover its own momentum in bold, kinetic, strokes. He has liberated ink from being determined by form. But the spirits of Chinese landscape linger like ghosts in the canvas. They haunt both the process – the brushstrokes, the vectoring – and the resulting shapes. Mountains, rivers, storms, even figures, surge and evaporate subliminally. It was said of the Fauvists and Matisse that they had liberated color from the imperatives of form much like Lan's accomplishment with ink.