Joined 9 years ago
Tatiana L.Sougakova - former linguist, now abstract expressionist, creator of Flippables (art that looks good at any 90 degree rotation). Works in Polyanalogism (term suggested by the author). The goal is to bring positive creative energy into paintings and owner's personal space. Works in POLYANALOGISM style of abstract painting that allows interaction with the viewer by suggesting multiple visual analogies. Polyanalogism - term suggested by Tatiana L.Sougakova to describe works that offer multiple visual analogies and interpretations by the viewer. Art that does not tell what the viewer should see, but merely makes suggestions and offers options. The energy and interaction with the viewer is more important than explanation and interpretation of artistic intent.
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