More About Wassily Kandinsky’s Composition 8
“Color is the keyboard, the eyes are hammers, the soul is the piano with many strings. The artist is the hand that plays it touching one key another purposely”. These words by Kandinsky revolutionized the realms of materialistic art and their elements.
Kandinsky was an expert at deployment of colors. He utilized colors according to his conscious as he could sense and hear colors.
He used bright colors such as yellow and red to portray excitement and upliftment. He depicted mellowness using colors like green. And just like the notes of a piano, he represented beginning and end using black and white colors.
Composition 8 by Wassily Kandinsky exemplifies his prowess in using colors for different emotions. He incorporated a few geometrical shapes in this painting, which is not common in abstract art paintings.
References of Fauvism such as flat planes and shapes are evident in this painting.
Kandinsky was indeed an expert in representing abstraction using references from analytical and geometrical elements. He inculcated a few Motifs from Suprematism and Constructivism in this painting.
This painting portrays spiritual activism and talks about transcendental realm that human mind should get inspired from.
The undefined and uncertain shaped represent the elements of the transcendental realm. Kandinsky has signified a form of higher consciousness through this composition series.
This artwork by Kandinsky is not as abstract as Vincent Van Gogh and it’s not as detailed as Diego Velazquez. It lies between both the maestros and gives evidence of Kandinsky’s deep rooted thought process behind his all artworks.
The analytical aspects of this painting resonate with the sharpness of the human mind. Kandinsky implied about the potential of human mind, which is wasted after materialistic things. His philosophy states about the importance of non-material things in today’s world.
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