SPYROS MOSCHOUTIS The Little Red Ball 2009 - x +
MosS2009ball

CN: MosS2009ball

MT: mixed media: acrylic and spray on wood and PVC (73x73x5)

TX: signed with brush at lower right in Greek <SMoschoutis>

DN: Mr. Spyros Moschoutis - 2008

LC: ACG - Deree College, Information Resources Management - IRM, DC403a

CM: Based on a cabinet cap with a knob, which was found in the trash, Spyros Moschoutis presents a picture of the world. The stimulus is the spherical knob, which inspired him to create circles, first a white one then a red and subsequently layers - black, red, gold, blue and silver. The combination of red on black and of black on red brought to his mind archaeological finds of writing on round plques that remain hitherto undecipherable. The method of fabrication, when he applied color on fresh ly surface areas and dripped color and this spread and create an aura, pleased Moschoutis. The spray of golden and silver color gave the artist the facility to pass from one layer to the other. It looks and like layers of energy planetary with an atmospheric perspective - from the most intense to the lighter layer. The red ball is the center of the brain responsible for all the concentric circles, like a wave that starts from it.

[Megakles Rogakos 12/2008]

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