Lyssa Kayra, Vancouver’s Winter (2016)
Lyssa Kayra’s art is striking! I love her skillful use of colors and her expressive creativity. Her imaginative large-scale paintings use the form of tree rings — the natural design of which alone makes an intriguing subject and which is suggestive of time and memory — as a means of conveying ideas about specific places that have influenced her.
More info about this wonderful young Vancouver-based artist and her gorgeous work can be found on her artist site here.
Lyssa Kayra, Adjuna Textile, India (2015)
Lyssa Kaya, Berlin Wall (2015)
Lyssa Kayra, Sahara (2015)
Lyssa Kayra, Purple Study (2016)
These are fantastic!
They are indeed! 🙂
These are stunning!
They’re absolutely stunning!
These are gorgeous. Thanks for introducing me to the artist.
Brett, these are stunning. Some reminded me of India, all very much mandala style. Going on her website it isn’t surprising to learn that these were inspired by Indian textiles, the warmth of the Sahara and less obvious the graffiti neons of Berlin. Thank you for sharing. A visual delight!
Yes, she’s quite a talented artist!
Art through the ages! Beautiful! Cher xo
Hi, Cher, yes indeed! 🙂
If these patterns were put on fabric, what beautiful tablecloths or umbrellas they would make.
Those are cool ideas!
Thanks. I’d love to have a sun umbrella like that! Or a tablecloth for a round patio table.
Lyssa’s work is gorgeous! Love it. Welcome to my side of the country. 😆
Always nice to be out west. 🙂
gorgeous stuff – thanks so much for sharing.
Thanks for the beautiful blog post, Brett! So glad you appreciate my work. 😉
Hi, Lyssa, thanks for taking the time to comment on my post about your wonderful work. Your exceptional art deserves greater attention and I know you have a bright future ahead of you! Thanks for putting into the world such inspired creative work! 🙂 All the best, Brett
Cool. I haven’t seen art like this before. 🙂
Wow! Absolutely gorgeous – they remind me of the petrified wood “art” sold in the rock shops in Utah, but a tad more manageable 😉
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These are so beautiful!
They’re very cool!