A Flow Of Organic Lines


A Flow Of Organic Lines

Christa Rijneveld


Impressed by the enormity of the Rocky mountain landscape, intrigued by its’ shapes and layers, intimidated by the beauty and danger of this natural artefact Christas’ images are absorbed in depth and curves. The work generally starts with a brief sketch, the planning out of a general outline, in balance. Then the inner line work develops naturally, a flow of organic lines, an unprecedented rhythm.  Through a black and white colour palette the attention is on how simple lines, shapes, and tools can create intricate patterns that can play visual tricks.


Who influences you graphically? How important/influential were the works of artists as Bridget Riley and/or Kusama?

I grew up with MC Escher and Vincent van Gogh’s work. I like Escher’s clever transitions, mathematical precision, colour scheme. I like how Van Gogh played around with skies, how he sometimes made them…

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Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk
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