Homage to Beauty II

I've always been a huge fan of Agnes Martin's work. I find her work so ethereal, sublime and romantic. When I looked at it up close, I found myself drifting from the smallness of a being to that of being part of the world at large. Even from the monitor screen of the computer, the idea behind her work magnifies itself to become somehow both meditative and contemplative, if that makes sense.

When I came across Jill Sylvia online, I thought her work was evocative of Agnes Martin's spirit. The intricate cut-outs also invoke a sense of fragility that reminds me of lacework, so pretty!


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