Jill Pankey

Artists Share Their Colorful Inspiration

Artists know that color affects your behavior, moods, and thoughts.  They know that certain colors have the ability to lift your spirits, soothe your frazzled nerves,  motivate and empower you to take action, and even bring healing energy to ailing patients. In this article two very different artists share their colorful inspiration.

Interesting Facts about Color
Indeed color is a powerful force of energy. As Wassily Kandinsky proclaimed, “Color provokes a psychic vibration. Color hides a power still unknown but real, which acts on every part of the human body.”

Florence Nightingale observed, “Variety of form and brilliancy of color in the object presented to patients are an actual means of recovery.”

Bring The Power of Color Into Your Life

While you enjoy viewing the artists work, and read their statements please also visit their pages and websites. Bring their art into your life!

Kari Bienert

Kari Bienert
Kari Bienert, Colour Babies (Garden for the Children, oil on canvas, 78.7″ x 35.4″.

Kari Bienert is an Australian painter who excels in the use of color configurations and the art of transforming geometric and curvilinear forms.  As a Color Field painter Bienert pursues color relationships with fervor.  Her color palette is innovative and complex. She mixes more than 25 different oil paints to create every color in her painting.

Arthur Jacob

Arthur Jacob, Dehlia II, creative photography.
Arthur Jacob, Dehlia II, creative photography.

Arthur Jacob is a creative fine art photographer who has been described as an artist who tests the limits of photography, deconstructing reality in swirling patterns and  glowing colors that render the known world mysteriously new. The artist who lives in Cape Coral, Florida states, “I ask you to accompany me in a journey of discovery that explores shapes, colors and movement.”

Visit his page.

Jill Pankey

JillPankey, Strut Your Inner Muse, oil on canvas, 48” x 60”.
Jill Pankey, Strut Your Inner Muse, oil on canvas, 48” x 60”.

The intention of this work is to focus on the female form in a variety of settings, interactions and body types (endomorph, ectomorph, and mesomorph). I am exploring an underlying provocative theme of the aging female with a focus on color, sometimes pattern, and movement. Her compositions encompass, as she explains, “an interaction with the figure in a variety of settings where the figure has no age.”

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