Monday, September 9, 2013

Remedios Varo Surrealist Artist from In Wonderland at LACMA III + 29 Faces 9

A while back, I went to the LACMA show In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artists in Mexico and the United States.  I did two posts of some images of art that moved me by Remedios Varo.  This is my favorite image of hers that I saw, it's titled "Harmony."  The words here about the artist are the same, but the images are ones I haven't shared before.

Remedios Varo, Armonía (Harmony)

Remedios Varo, Armonía (Harmony) Close Up I

Remedios was born in Spain, but fled to Paris during the Spanish Civil War.  She moved to Mexico due to the Nazi occupation of France.  Mexico is were she spent the remainder of her life.  She generally worked in oils on masonite panels that she prepared herself.  I hadn't seen the artwork of this surrealist artist before this exhibit, I found myself very drawn to her works. 

Remedios Varo, Armonía (Harmony) Close Up II

Remedios Varo, Armonía (Harmony) Close Up III

The first post is here and the second post is here.

I am linking this post with Inspire Me Monday

Face 9

Also, here is my sketch for the 29 Faces Challenge, it is my 9th face.  The goal is to do 29 faces in the month of September.    She has a little dragonfly friend...


Margie said...

I like this artists work.
Oh, to be such a talented artist!

Very nice face today, love the dragonfly friend.

Happy Monday :)

rose of Walk in the Woods, LLC said...

What a cool show. How awesome you saw these works in person!

And your face … she is so lovely!

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

Thanks Margie and Rose! I really enjoyed the show. Lots of interesting art to see!

Magic Love Crow said...

This artist's work is unique! I love it! Your new face is beautiful ;o) Take Care ;o)