Rhombus Rumba IIBy Amy van Helden
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Watercolor Paint, Acrylic on arches watercolor paper
Dimensions: 76cm (H) x 56cm (W) x 0.2cm (D) / 29.9" (H) x 22" (W) x 0.08" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
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Just like Josef Albers developed his Homage to the Square painting variations, this is the second painting in a series in which I explore color juxtapositions and variations based on the limited structure of nested rhombuses, similar to the “God’s eye” designs of colorful yarn weavings created by the Huichol indigenous people of Mexico. The series is called “Rhombus Rumba” as a way to associate shapes and colors with the structural nature of music and dance. The name of the project is based on the play of two words: rhombus, which represents the nested geometric shapes of the God’s eyes, and rumba, which represents a Cuban African dance. Painted on Arches 300 lb cold-pressed watercolor paper.
Hometown: Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
Based in: San Isidro, Argentina
Amy van Helden is an American artist and a resident of Argentina for the past 25 years. She obtained a BFA degree with a concentration in painting and printmaking from the University of Michigan in 1979. She had her first individual art show in 1991 at the Luigi Marrozzini Gallery …
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