Journal

March 1, 2020 | March Art Curated by Daylighted

The Beauty of the Urban Geometries represented in abstract compositions.

Featured artists: Bianca Wilson, David Shot, Patricia Araujo, Daniel Nelson, Mrs Ciccoricco, Nadia Lysakowska, Arles Gayo, Patricia Rubio, Mazin Alrasheed Alzain, Balibart

This month’s “Geometric Balance” collection was specially curated for The William Vale by Daylighted.

Cooper Street By Bianca Wilson

Osaka no.3 By Bianca Wilson

Multiverse by David Shot

Origin By David Shot

POM Composition #3 By Patricia Rubio

We’ve Got Five Years By Melissa Arendt

Complete Clusterfuck By Melissa Arendt

Cluster 3 By Melissa Arendt

Colors By Mazin Alrasheed Alzain

Ray By Mazin Alrasheed Alzain

Underneath The Trees By Mrs Ciccoricco

Bianca Wilson is a visual artist from Sydney, Australia currently displaying her Works in NYC at The Citizens Restaurant, New York, U.S. Over the past few years, her artistic practice has primarily focused around painting the architectural styles of structures within various cities and cultures.

Pioneer of the art of graffiti in the city of Barcelona. “Since some years ago, my study work consists of deepening on the relationship between graffiti-and its contemporary evolution-and abstract painting, giving rise to the creation and development of an own pictorial language. As a pioneer of the art of graffiti in my hometown, Barcelona, I have always been attracted to the construction, deconstruction, alteration or metamorphosis of the formin relation to space, starting from basic elements such as the point and the line on the surface.”.

Mazin Alrasheed Alzain is a Sudanese photographer based in Khartoum that creates colorful artworks from the pictures of everyday stuff. He enjoys still life and abstract photography, creating his own compositions that are based on lines, shapes, and spaces.