Artists who inspired me for this Assignment:
Romero Britto at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romero_Britto
Romero Britto is a Brazilian artist, painter, serigrapher and sculptor, who lives in the USA since 1989. Coming from a very modest family from Pernambuco (Northeast of Brazil) he has developed a great sense of being creative using what was available around him, from cardboards, used paper and anything he could use for his artwork. Britto’s became known when the reinveted the bottle of absolut vodka. Millions of people saw that. His art is associated with pop art and cubism. Britto’s work is vibrant, busy and full of energy. Looking at his work is like looking at a Latino interpretation of Pop art blended with cubism. His work inspired me in the use of bright colours versus pattern.
Jones, Jonathan(2001), The night stuff, Louise Borgeois at TATE – The guardian 9 jan 2001 at : https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2001/jan/09/artsfeatures1
Louise Bourgeois was a French-American artist and sculptor who created a series of drawings called ‘Insonmia’. Her drawings were of shapes, human figure and also patterns. Red is a predominat colour in this series. Bourgeois is well known by her magnificent size sculpure called maman, a spider that represents her mum. She was a remarkable artist who succeeded in the art world during 1940′,50′ when it was mainly dominated by male artists. Among drawings, paintings, installations and sculptures, Bourgeois main subjects were family trauma, the feminine, sex… Her work has a intense presence of emotion and energy.
The two other artist who inspired me for this assignment are Yayoi Kusama and Andy Warhol. The research on these artists can be found on my PP post of ‘Researches on artists who work with repetition’.