It seems to me that there's a graphic similitude between Mid Century Modern and Inuit art; Ideas are universal.
These pictures were taken at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, at Gatineau, Quebec. I hope you enjoyed the art of the early Canadians as well as the Inuit inspired architecture and art at this museum.
The ones above are some cool, unexpected pics of my son's and my reflections on a metal sculpture outside the National Arts Centre. Great inspiration! We had so much fun just playing around these funny, stretched images while my husband, mom in law, and daughter just chilled out at a park bench nearby.
I never grew up at all. A playful, incurably hopeful spirit of a child still lives me and sets himself free through my art. Still amused by everything around, my spirit filters my everyday, present and past experiences through an almost spiritual process where all the elements arrange themselves into abstract compositions. These compositions express and show feelings and sensations as I perceive them, not in the way a photographic camera does. Colours, shapes, textures, sound, movement, and the language behind them...They all turn into layers of paper and vinyl that cover and uncover at the same time through little "windows" that reveal a background, allowing the viewer to penetrate and travel through them, in and out, and to inquire about what's hidden behind them. All this process allows me to rediscover myself everytime I create, on and on, in a constant evolution and search for myself.
Welcome home and please be patient with my grammar...English is my second language! You can write to me in Spanish as well. See you around !