Why did you pick this picture?
Fahrenheit 1945 is one of my favourite pieces. It uplifts your spirit and pulsates with energy, making you want to get up and do something with your life.
Where did the idea for this art come from?
It started off as just an abstract landscape of a sunset in horizon, however, as I went along with the process, somehow it evolved into something more of a emotional piece which come from somewhere deep inside my heart – the love and passion that’s been longing to be ignited that is so intense as it reaches 1945ºF – the melting point of pure gold.
What does this art mean to you?
It is definitely a centrepiece in any room. It is a piece that sparks up a little something inside anyone who looks at it. Some might feel uplifted, driven, passionate… and some might even get a little hot-headed. The longer you stare into the emptiness of the orange hue, the more intense you feel as the temperature rising which ignites the long-buried passion inside.
What can you tell us about yourself?
I used to work in the advertising industry as an art director for many years and decided to start my art journey 2 years ago. I’m a self-taught artist, hence every single piece of my work is a learning curve, a continuous self-exploration, a discovery within myself and the outer world, and it’s been a fun and adventurous ride so far! And I will continue to strive for the better in every level.
What more can you tell us about your art?
I believe art is a universal language and a celebration of humanity. I believe that in an ideal world, humankind shouldn’t be pigeonholed into gender, social or cultural stereotypes. My art blurs the lines of social conformity with bold strokes that evoke a visceral range of emotions: strength and vulnerability; joy and sorrow; conflict and peace.
These emotions are what make us human, and I choose to embrace this ideal through the use of colour, textural-play, and even structural form to forge a connection between the mind and the psyche. My art is instinctively recognizable at an innate, fundamental level.
The overarching objective of my work is to give human emotion a tangible form and to offer each piece as both an object of conversation, as well as allure within the space it is placed.
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Another one of my earlier work – Fahrenheit 1945 72"x36" #acrylicpainting on canvas. #largepainting "The intensity of love and passion in one's heart sometimes feels like it reaches 1945°F, the melting point of pure gold." 🎨💛🎨💛 . . . . #acryliconcanvas #abstraction #contemporaryart #artsy #artist_features #artist_network #modernart #theartling #artxtalent #paintingart #felixgonzaleztorres #arts_help #abstractart #saatchigallery #artdecor #hospitalityart #contemporaryartist #minimalism #abstractartist #expressionism #artcurator