Anna Belleforte

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at home, Amersfoort

Posted by Anna Belleforte on June 17, 2017 at 6:50 AM

The key is being alert to visual stimuli. The trip was confirmation that I am a studio artist above all else, but I do need observation of the outside world as a starting point, a place to come upon surprising things, to photograph ideas and garner real-world shapes, light, lines and contrasts. I feel more than ever that these need to be tools in building compositions that do not exist in reality. I’m drawn to how nature interacts with architecture, or how nature becomes a kind of architecture. So, weeds pushing up through cracks and concrete, but also pruned hedges, natural archways formed by erosion or even the ‘structuring’ of campgrounds. Why am I drawn to this? I guess maybe I’m looking for where the balance falls between natural and man-made endeavours, because it creates an interesting tipping point. I’m not sure yet where these insights will take my art, but I know I would like to work on gaining more painting skills. In any case, I have an upcoming show at De Ploegh here in Amersfoort, A Sense of Place, so will get to work on preparations.

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Reply Sheryl
9:50 AM on June 17, 2017 
That is really interesting! It sounds as if you have had the opportunity to reflect on your way along and to get some good ideas about what you enjoy doing and why with regards to your art work. I like the idea of a tipping point between natural and man-made and how they can at times blend with natural elements appearing to be a man-made constructs and visa versa. Good luck with the show at De Ploegh - great theme! :-)