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Efflorescence

"Efflorescence" was made in response to the vibrant colors present in Harold Cohen's "In AARON’s Garden" series. It is my hope that Efflorescence feels like exploring AARON’s Garden from my perspective. I accentuated its multilayered relationships of color and applied motion techniques I've developed over the years to evoke a sense of curiosity. My process to create this kinetic art series started with re-creating the core concepts of "In AARON’s Garden", including a weighted analysis of Cohen’s color palettes. In each piece, five unique scenes are produced and layered together in varied depths; sometimes you’ll notice a detail-view of a branch or flower while other times you’ll see a larger expanse of foliage. A wash of semi-glitch strokes partially reveals each scene based on color relationships. The state of constant motion gives life and mystery to each layer, blending them together and highlighting different aspects as time progresses. The scene also evolves based on the viewer’s time of day. Subtle tints (derived from Cohen’s palettes) emerge to represent sunrise, day, sunset, and night. The title comes from the state of blooming of a flower; "Efflorescence" is an active word and emphasizes the importance of change within nature. When I look at "In AARON’s Garden", I find a wonderful world of color and variety. I wanted to capture this and reinforce the importance of change, growth, and exploration.

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