Monday, March 4, 2013

Stanton MacDonald Wright: Synchronomy in Orange

Stanton MacDonald Wright was an American born artist who is mostly known for his contribution in co-founding the early abstract synchronism  movement. Synchronims is a color based form of painting that blends ideas similar to Kandinsky painting through music, along with cubism's and futerism's focus on movement and technology. For instance, Mac Donald Wrights painting Yellow-Orange uses geometric forms to produce the perspective of an aerial view of rooftops, as seen from an airplane. When looking carefully, we can see the engine and propeller of an airplane as it moves through clouds in the sky. Indeed, MacDonald wright uses a variety of color and musical influence as a form of expression.

Aeroplane Synchromy in Yellow-Orange


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