Arnaud Lajeunie‘s rushes of colored water remind me that everything renews itself- elementally, naturally and creatively. Today’s works from the Water Meets Colour series encourage you to feel the foaming seas of inspiration and the dynamism of artistic momentum.
I have been relatively obsessed with the ocean lately, due in part to the many eclipses and new moons that are swelling tides and changing the pressure systems of the planet. Water is the element of new beginnings. I am reminded that we are getting a new fish at the new house… seeds of a new beginning.
It is chaotic for my mind to imagine color in bodies of water, but it is transfixing all at once.
Supernaturally incredible hues boil in the rapids.
I have been fixated lately on the way that we have changed the planet and the way that the planet is responding to our intervention. These washes of colored sugar in the sea are an innocuous yet poignant way to see how much we can alter of an ecosystem that should not be disturbed.
Frothy, so ethereal, and yet almost rusted waves make me very sad for the Earth yet inspired to catalyze change…
Do these dynamic images strike you as emotionally as they affect me?