Abstract painter Yolanda Sanchez earned an MFA from Yale in the mid ’90s, 15 years after earning a Ph.D. Clinical Psychology from Florida State. It’s not surprising that in her artist’s statement, Sanchez discusses how her work is “a gathering of [her] awareness of being,” and that her goal is “to become a more finely tuned observer.” What is obvious to us, and of course the reason we chose her for this week’s CMYLK, is that she clearly lives in a beautifully colored world .
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In the Art Director’s Club (ADC) call for entries for its 2012 awards show, DDB New York coined the “Keep fighting” battle cry as a nod to the pain and suffering endured on the path to create great work.
This year DDB New York and ADC continue to encourage creatives in every discipline via the "Keep fighting the good fight" theme, highlighting the unique obstacles each medium deals with, via colorful illustrated page dividers, because in the end, acknowledgement and an ADC Cube makes it all worthwhile.
Chambliss Giobbi aims to create images that describe psychological depth. Using a mixed technique of collage and painting on aluminum panel, Giobbi’s works pursue an almost Cubist ambition of capturing their subject from multiple angles at once.
But rather than the visual point of view, the subject’s ever-evolving psychological state is what fascinates Giobbi. She spends lengthy photo sessions with her models, printing dozens of photos of them and tearing them up to construct her collages by hand.
UK-born Hong Kong-based artist Simon Birch makes paintings that I only wish I was talented enough to create. His giant, colorful brush strokes by themselves don’t look like they’d be able to form a complex portrait, but when it all comes together, the characters are alive and moving on canvas.
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