“The Three Sisters” by Lisbon contemporary artist, Joaquim Lourenço
Joaquim on “The Three Sisters”: I tried to convey the special bond between siblings. Bound together, with a sense of community, despite the outside differences.
This work is a typical “Joaquim” with his characteristic style of bright and vibrant colors, combined with black lines, which give his work a certain intensity. Every blob of color is very deliberate. He studies colors the same way he studies painting techniques or materials. Through art history, scientific approach, emotions, and what a specific color can add to his work. Color is clearly a big part of his message. As are the black lines: in all of Joaquim’s art, there is always the drawing.
Joaquim is not necessarily aiming for exact representation, yet looking for shapes, lines, and volume. Or the contrast between a body and a background. Trying to find the best way to communicate what he wants to share with his audience. His inspiration comes from the human body; the curves, shapes, and peculiar details.
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