Blue Lake/Decomposition and Overlay of Color Fields from the G.O’Keeffe’s “Lake George Reflection” Paint

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  • Original artwork, resin, and color pigments on wood panel
  • Transparency Series
  • Created: 2022

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The Artist takes the artwork of Georgia O’Keeffe’s “Lake George Reflection” and creates her own painting based on it, which is completely different. This uses the principle of analysis and synthesis as the main artistic technique.

She extracts the color fields of O’Keeffe’s painting and decomposes them into basic, elementary, colors. And then starts her synthesis by overlaying these color fields on top of each other in free forms, so they intersect, they begin to create new colors and transparency effects. We still recognize the color fields from O’Keeffe’s painting in this new artwork, but they add up to a completely different, new structure, they live their own lives in a new dimension.

The “Transparency” art series by Tatiana Zaytseva.

This series carries a double semantic and aesthetic meaning. This is, firstly, the artist’s study of the properties of one media – epoxy resin, its levels of transparency, and its relationship with light and color. Next – the overlay of distinct color layers of resin on top of each other, their interaction and mixing depending on the degree of transparency, used colors, which leads to obtaining new colors by superimposing one on top of the other. This technique can be called a technical and partly visual meaning. This is followed by a semantic or conceptual block – an artist’s attempt to create a special interaction or even dialogue with the works of the famous American painter Georgia O’Keefe.

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Dimensions 36 × 36 in

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