Color is Joy: the Art of Creation
Intimism in art history relates to early 20th-century painting whose main protagonists were French painters, Pierre Bonnard and Jean-Édouard Vuillard. Treating warm and closed spaces with colored forms and natural tones, capturing the atmosphere through light was the way they achieved the main visual result of painting.
Inspired by details in living spaces, relations between objects, surfaces and perspectives, as well as by visual forms and color itself as main element of creation, paintings with motif of a perfume vial, velvety petals or table lamp are meant to be pieces of particular refinement and harmony. Gently chosen shades of natural tones in contrast to accents of blue, turquoise, red and gold appear in shapes that build up a decorative unison with a mosaic character within a painting’s value.
Photo: Natasa Ristic