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a new season | Mixed Media in Paintings by visceral home
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a new season | Mixed Media in Paintings by visceral home
a new season | Mixed Media in Paintings by visceral home
a new season | Mixed Media in Paintings by visceral home
a new season | Mixed Media in Paintings by visceral home
a new season | Mixed Media in Paintings by visceral home
a new season | Mixed Media in Paintings by visceral home

a new season - Paintings

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Price $1,400 Original Retail

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24 x 24 x 2 . plaster, oil, concrete, crystal quartz, aventurine, ocean jasper, pearl mika, black onyx, mother of pearl (Australia), sand, rust in a hand crafted matte black floating frame.

I’ve become obsessed with how crystals are formed. I’ve always had a connection with the energetic sensation while meditating with crystals. I was gifted an amethyst when I was 5. I remember asking over and over again if this was real, and how this could be possible. I had this instant natural connection to the stone. Discovering new kinds of crystals and learning the benefits of their properties has been a healing venture I’ve always enjoyed.

Not only are crystals insanely enchanting to gaze at, powerful in your hands, packed with vibration raising healing properties, but the metaphor of each unique stone being created from different environmental factors offers a comforting feeling of being less alone. There are so many different types of crystals that are magic in their own right, a sincere metaphor for humans being magic in their own way all being formed under different unique environmental circumstance. The influence of the world around them has shifted, changed, morphed, formed this insanely special glimmering object; making it hard to have a favorite.

The past year I’ve been using a wide range of natural materials and rock pigment in my art. I started to wonder how I can incorporate crystal healing without just sticking one in the center of a painting. The study of this new medium has been extremely inspiring. “a new season” of my art study with rock pigment. I’ve been experimenting with a wide range of raw crystals, testing the stages of precious stones and premature formations. Muddling, smashing, liquifying, extracting.

”a new season” was my first attempt at utilizing all of the different experiments I’ve tried using crystals. In this piece, you will find extracted color from a huge chunk of raw rose quartz, crumbles of quartz + aventurine throughout giving the most glorious texture, black onyx powdered pigment, chunks of raw black onyx + crystal quartz + ocean jasper, and a perfect square piece of exotic mother of pearl from Australia.

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Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2022
handcrafted paintings blurring the lines between art, poetry, and sculpture.

Visceral home is a husband and wife team who work together to create viscerally evoking art by hand. Connor Robinson builds each canvas that his wife Taylor Robinson (Redler) unfolds her artistic vision upon. Connor finishes each project by housing the painting in a hand crafted frame using a wide variety of wood species and woodworking techniques to best honor the work.

Inspired by their personal healing journey, they artistically transmute trauma into art intended for therapeutic release/relief for your space. Taylor is most influenced to paint using earth tones, and minerals found in nature, highlighting the natural healing beauty of the color palettes found outdoors. Using art to provoke conversation they have a mission to illustrate vulnerability, aiming to cultivate positive change in the stigma revolving mental health. Taylor and Connor Robinson use a variety of natural and unnatural materials to story-tell within their works; pairing plaster with rock pigment, wood with hand-spun yarn, healing crystals with oil, rust and stone+sand with concrete. They are consistently expanding and evolving their technique, process, style, and concepts. Each piece is entirely their own meaningful entity, paired with a biography putting their creative concepts into words.

With a deep love of interior design and architecture, they find themselves constantly inspired by conceptual spaces that merge together raw, textured, nature influenced organic concepts with accents that outlast fast design trends in this new social media era. They often consider industrial modernism and organic soft scandinavian + asian influences while planning art projects.

Despite the many directions their creative innovations may go, they try to stay focused in their mission of illustrating euphemisms conveyed through their textural work. Keeping in mind the spaces their art lands will continue to morph into new personalities, they focus on creating art that can be everlasting through many design changes.