You are here

Effervescent Landscape: A Solo Painting Exhibition by Judi Lightfield

Country:

City:

Categories:

Date: 
Sunday, 8 May 2022 to Wednesday, 8 June 2022
Opening: 
Sunday, 8 May 2022 - 6:00pm

Effervescent Landscape, an international online solo painting exhibition by Judi Lightfield opens on May 08, and will continue through June 08, 2022.

Judi Lightfield is as she paints: a woman who has emerged from many layers after a life time working in the arts. The main concept behind her Effervescent Landscape is that everybody lives in their own bubble. What does it look like?

The visual expression of these bubbles is amazing as she describe them beautifly in her statement: "The first figures were stiff and brittle. They got looser as I developed the image. Now in some paintings they float. In some the figures are about to break out of the bubble. Sometimes the bubbles collide. The number in parentheses after the title refers to the number of figures in the painting. The negative space is an abstract landscape. There is a horizon line. Sky above, earth below in a variety of settings, mountains, valleys, trees, water. Some are calm, some are edgy. The title of the paintings are the primary colors used for the landscape."

Visit this unique exhibition at https://www.exhibizone.com/effervescent-landscape-exhibition

Artist ( Description ): 

You’ve heard it before, maybe you’ve felt it. Everybody lives in their own bubble. It’s a bubble in that it is clear, edgeless, smooth. If it was a cube, you’d get pushed into a corner and you’d feel it. No, it’s a bubble, soft and slippery. At times you’re barely aware of it. You float in your own minestrone soup.

Everybody lives in their own bubble. What does that look like? I’ve worked years visualizing the essence. At first the bubbles occurred with a cosmic background. It was the sensation of vast outer space and the improbability of finding a bubble there. The images were surreal. After all how does a bubble exist in a vacuum.

Now the negative space is an abstract landscape. There is a horizon line. Sky above, earth below in a variety of settings, mountains, valleys, trees, water. Some are calm, some are edgy. The title of the paintings are the primary colors used for the landscape.

The human figure disappeared for a while and now returns. The first figures were stiff and brittle. They got looser as I developed the image. Now in some paintings they float. In some the figures are about to break out of the bubble. Sometimes the bubbles collide. The number in parentheses after the title refers to the number of figures in the painting.

Here’s the question- are you safe in your own bubble? Are you free without it? Any cocoon can become a coffin if you stay in it too long.

There is no one right answer.

Other Info: 

http://www.judilightfield.com/

Venue ( Address ): 

https://www.exhibizone.com/effervescent-landscape-exhibition

Biafarin Inc. , Vancouver

Other events from Biafarin Inc.

view
True Beauty 2024: 3rd Annual International Group Exhibition by Exhibizone
06/12/2024 to 08/12/2024
view
Celebrating Children: A Painting Exhibition by Cher Pruys
06/15/2024 to 08/15/2024
view
Dreams of Nature: A Photo Exhibition by Carolyn Silvernail
06/15/2024 to 08/15/2024
view
Natural Inspirations: An Environmental Painting Exhibition by Andrea Shearing
06/10/2024 to 08/10/2024

Pages

 

Related Shows This Week

view
:: ERIC NASH :: LOST IN DESIRE ARTIST TALK :: SATURDAY JUNE 22ND
06/22/2024
view
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
06/03/2024 to 07/15/2024
view
AXEL HÜTTE - RÄUME
06/01/2024 to 07/27/2024
view
Evgeniya Golik "Esoterica"
05/04/2024 to 06/30/2024
view
"Orange Sunrise With Flowers, Fruit, and Vessels" by Daniel Gordon
04/20/2024 to 06/25/2024
view
Lindsey Warren: Intangible Time
06/15/2024 to 07/13/2024
view
MIMIC
06/04/2024 to 07/21/2024
view
Through the Bramble
06/06/2024 to 06/26/2024

Pages


 

 

Follow us on @_artweek