During April at MAKE ART THAT SALE BOOTCAMP 2019 with Lilla Rogers our assignment was to illustrate Beth Kempton article from her book WABI SABI ‘The Japanese philosophy that will help you embrace change and accept the past’ .
What a perfect time to find beauty and wisdom or, imperfections, mistakes, cracks, breaks from the nature or life.
Wabi Sabi, is often used to describe a kind of beauty and wisdom in there’s imperfection and it is one of the top design actual trends for 2019.
This article allows us to show off our texture. For my illustration I have embraced the imperfections with acrylic texture mix with different layers of works to add interest and depth. In this work I was seeking wisdom and calm life that procure the soft and dark light inside the Japanese tea rooms with an imaginary bamboo garden. In the nature we seek beauty and wisdom in every little imperfection.
The bamboo and the small rocks are the marriage between minerals and plants in an atmosphere of tranquility that nature offers us.
The bamboo symbolizes the philosophy of modesty and the purity of straight lines that invite just as much to the severity of elegance of Japanese culture.
The imperfect perfection is all about Sensibility’s .
The APRIL class gallery is now live to the PUBLIC on the Make Art That Sells website khttp://bit.ly/2BmG3wS
Well done everyone!