In the inner place where true artists create there exists a pure child.
I was planning on throwing up a quick post with a video of some of the paintings from another favorite of mine this morning.
Quick. Easy. Done and I’m on my way to the rest of my day.
The problem is that once I start looking at the paintings of Lawren Harris time just evaporates for me. I find myself just staring at so many different pieces, taking in their colors, their harmonies, their stillnesses, and their sheer beauty, that time floats away. I find myself enthralled by his work maybe more than any artist I’ve encountered.
The video below is a group of his work set to a Barhms sonata. A few of the images are a bit fuzzy but it’s a pretty well done video and gives a good idea of the full range of Harris’ work. So while this post is short today be advised that it is one that might take up some of your time. It took a bunch of mine this morning!
But that’s not a complaint. It was my pleasure.