Echo: Gold and Azure with a brilliant Blue negative space


My latest work is a gorgeous foray into the world of 24 x 24-inch canvas scenes.

I built a series of wood frames that were all dedicated to this study about a month ago, and haven’t looked back. I feel preoccupied with the concept of a square canvas over a calm blue negative space. Iridescent forms float by, reminiscent of jelly fish in captivity: over fed, and super content. It’s the epitome of the ultra chill vibe I’m going for in this piece.

blue gold and turquoise acrylic art, revealing a metalic and light reflecting finish
Echo by Stephanie Konu. 2020

In this piece, my intention was to show an echo travelling through water into a surrounding field. The origin of the echo can represent sound, or perhaps light (if light can echo, that is).

I wanted to show that there is a desire and ultimate necessity in being heard. The existence of an echo confirms that you have been heard, even if you had the only ears around.

I am so excited to show you my next few pieces of artwork- be sure to check back next month, follow me on Instagram, and also on Pinterest ❤

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