Tiina Holli in Tiina Hölli : just realized ..., Independent Fine Art Professionals Independent Fine Art Professional • Independent Jun 29, 2017 · 1 min read · ~100

- just realized ... - 32 -

| ... this painting is impossible ! |

- just realized ... - 32 -


Challenge :


I have a painting here that literally crushes everything around it.


It changes the intensity of its colors depending on the light and its surroundings in a way that I have not seen before in my other coloristic paintings. The colors of this painting change according to the surrounding natural light's cycle during the day more than I have seen in any other painting in a way that does not kill the painting.

It just becomes multiple paintings.

At the same time that I am irritated by the extra work that this painting causes by refusing to be properly photographed and described, I am facing all the symbolic and philosophical aspects that this phenomenon in this painting brings in front of me.

What is the value of authenticity ?

Shouldn't that be the most valuable there exists ?

I am still trying to catch a transition by abstract, coloristic painting.

From materiality to immateriality.

From immateriality to materiality.

From the basic buffers of being to the ultimate lightness of Being.

How is it done ?

- just realized ... - 32 -   

| ... this painting is impossible ! |

was originally written and published by © 2017 Tiina Hölli 29.06.2017 17:33

as Tiina Hölli's blog post - just realized ... - 32 -  in beBee

from the idea of the original Tiina Hölli's post

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in her blog A I R  B O R N E  in www.tiinaholli.weebly.com

Tiina Hölli  [ Holli ]  
Finnish contemporary visual artist, curator and writer

lives and works mainly in Finland.


Lately Tiina Hölli has been focusing on trying to capture in a photo the changing color tones of "Limone" -

a painting from 2005, which she restored 2017, and which is now for sale in Saatchi Art for 5.410 USD.

If you are interested in obtaining a unique piece from Tiina Hölli, well - this is it.

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