The symbolist Klimt that transits towards Art Nouveau in the period of the change of centuries is an evolution of him that manages to perfectly dominate the artistic rules in order to break them. To be able to make the symbolist compositions of the mature Klimt, which masterfully break the rules of perspective, it is necessary to be a true master.
Influenced by Japanese prints and classical Greek art, Moving Water brings together all the issues discussed above. The artist uses the original Fish Blood illustration as a base and adds a series of elements that reinforce his oneirism, lesbian sensuality, even with a lascivious tone that would culminate years later in the double and masterful Water Serpents.
The stream of sensuality
The aesthetic question dominates ethics. The intention was to create a beautiful, sensual work that maintained the spirit of the original. As far as inspiration is concerned, it is clear that his most important point is the use of color. The original work appears cloudy, dark. I chose to add a background that is faithful to my creations, but that adapts perfectly to the final composition.
The result is a work of complex composition, which needs to be looked at several times. It overflows sensuality and eroticism, just like the original. The difficulty of its elaboration gives it a special halo, being perhaps the least belligerent of those that are part of the project, but it is also necessary to make art for the love of art.
Arte digital, pintura e ilustración, diseño gráfico, murales... Me dedico a todo esto... y a mucho más.
"Deja de pensar, deja que todo fluya, siéntate al sol y disfruta de la vida."