In ‘Minimal Forms’ – an arresting and remarkable artwork by Nizako –
the viewer is met with a striking visual feast of pastel hues of color, bold lines, and an interesting blend of contrasting elements.
The painting evokes a sense of harmony and balance, as the eye is constantly drawn back to the central figures of the work.
Beginning from the bottom of the painting, a sequence of straight parallel lines in pastel shades of blue, purple, and yellow create an intriguing sense of movement, while the white line with a black rectangle attached to its upper border adds a further touch of drama. Above this, viewers are treated to an even thicker line that has been divided into two parts; one blue and one magenta. Within the blue portion, we will find two more shapes, one attached to the bottom border in beige color, and another one located higher and close to the right compartment in magenta.
The overall effect of the painting is of an almost meditative stillness, in which the elements of the artwork seem to be in an eternal dance with one another. The use of minimal forms, such as the curved shapes and straight lines, give the painting an air of sophistication and modernity, reminiscent of the op-art movement. The pastel shades of color create an ethereal atmosphere, while the bold lines and angles add structure and stability to the work.
Although the interpretation is left to the fantasy of the viewer, a simplistic one would be, the lines symbolizes the sea, the white symbolizes the horizon, the blue symbolizes the sky and the magenta the sun.
Indeed, ‘Minimal Forms’ is an impressive demonstration of the artist’s skill and creativity, as the various elements are skillfully woven together to create a cohesive and dynamic piece that is sure to captivate and fascinate viewers.
The shapes and lines create a visual rhythm that draws the eye across the painting, while the bold yet calming colors ensure that ‘Minimal Forms’ is a work of art that will never tire.
The mysteriousness of the unknown artist’s name adds to the mystique of ‘Minimal Forms.’ This is a painting that invites viewers to explore, ponder, and interpret in their own way. It is a work that speaks of the artist’s skill and ability to create something that is both captivating and calming.
The Op–Art art style is a type of visual art that relies heavily on optical illusion and geometrical shapes to create artwork that is both captivating and mesmerizing. This art style originated in the 1920s and is most closely associated with the work of Victor Vasarely and Bridget Riley, who used forms and shapes to create abstract art that has a strong emphasis on optical illusions.
In ‘Minimal Forms,’ the artist has taken inspiration from the Op–Art art style by utilizing minimal forms, bold lines, and pastel shades of color to create a captivating, yet calming composition.
The use of minimal forms have been combined with the bold lines, and pastel shades of color to create an artwork that evokes a strong sense of harmony and balance, while also creating an interesting optical illusion.
The use of minimal forms and optical illusions in ‘Minimal Forms‘ is sure to captivate and fascinate viewers, as the painting invites them to explore and ponder its contents. The artist has successfully blended together the elements of the Op–Art art style to create an arresting and remarkable artwork that is sure to be admired for years to come.
This beautiful artwork print is a minimal and chic way to elevate your space. The artwork stands out from any angle as the matte museum-quality paper diffuses the light.
Created by Nizako exclusively for Photoelixir.com
• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
• Giclée printing quality
• Opacity: 94%
• ISO brightness: 104%