Original artwork description:

Part of my process is about metrics regarding climate change. I often look up to maps, facts regarding temperature and evolution.
Lately, the temperatures went higher and are causing damages today and forever.
According to these studies I develop color palette that represents temperatures, lands, or width of damage or proofs of the climate and nature observation. At the same time I try to balance the composition to bring some healing and kindness into the painting, for me and for the viewer.
I hope that observing this painting can bring awareness to this subject for us.
Also I only use materials found in the streets or leftover to build artwork that also intend to be sustainable.

this sculpture is meant to be hanged on the wall, as a floating panel. it can be flipped in both sides, the viewer is encouraged to find his/her/their own balance.

originally i did a bigger version of this painting, and this one using same charts and colors.
the bigger one was sold and found a new home where i hope it will bring light and awareness.

Materials used:

pigments and acrylic on reclaimed wood and mdf

Tags:
#minimal #geometric #abstract landscape #climate change #geometric abstraction #colorfield #earth #spectrum #optical art #op art 

Earth Spectrum Torus (2020)

Acrylic painting 
by Jessica Moritz

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Original artwork description
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Part of my process is about metrics regarding climate change. I often look up to maps, facts regarding temperature and evolution.
Lately, the temperatures went higher and are causing damages today and forever.
According to these studies I develop color palette that represents temperatures, lands, or width of damage or proofs of the climate and nature observation. At the same time I try to balance the composition to bring some healing and kindness into the painting, for me and for the viewer.
I hope that observing this painting can bring awareness to this subject for us.
Also I only use materials found in the streets or leftover to build artwork that also intend to be sustainable.

this sculpture is meant to be hanged on the wall, as a floating panel. it can be flipped in both sides, the viewer is encouraged to find his/her/their own balance.

originally i did a bigger version of this painting, and this one using same charts and colors.
the bigger one was sold and found a new home where i hope it will bring light and awareness.

Materials used:

pigments and acrylic on reclaimed wood and mdf

Tags:
#minimal #geometric #abstract landscape #climate change #geometric abstraction #colorfield #earth #spectrum #optical art #op art 
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my practice is balancing toward painting and sculpture drived by colors. I create light study in many size and shapes using found materials and canvas. In the last years, i... Read more

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