The human race is currently striving through pressing times. The world at large is drenched in chaos and confusion. Individuals from different walks of life seek distinct avenues to de-stress their incapacitated minds and relax. They look out for subtle escapes to break the prison of their own thoughts and find comfort in sui generis course of actions.
One constructive way out for chaotic souls is art therapy. This venture is a specialized area of mental health that uses art materials and the creative process to explore emotions, reduce anxiety, increase self-esteem, and resolve other psychological conflicts. Art is a distinctive distraction that helps you stave off the exasperating ailment of mental pressures and trauma.
Unique pieces of art are known to touch your soul and bring out the best in you. Human flowers, reverse graffiti, light paintings, Cheraw dance, ice sculptures, sand paintings, doodles, fantasy paintings, photorealism, playing around with words in literature, and butter sculptures are some of the numerous products of unique art.
One may not be able to decipher the true meaning and message which is being conveyed through such unique masterpieces. However, when one looks deep into them, one can interpret their intensity and unravel the true meaning being conveyed through them. Unique art touches your soul in amazing ways. It brings messages and words of wisdom that words do not have the propensity to share.
It is evident that peculiar art has healing effects for some disturbed individuals. It has helped them achieve mental peace by pulling them out of the gloom. Art is known to relieve the caged mind from depression, anxiety, and stress. Additionally, art has spiritual powers. It helps art admirers to find a spiritual connection through art and crafts.
Although sometimes often thrashed with negative comments, unique art has its own place that any other venture cannot take. It is often criticized for delivering bold and variant concepts. Unusual art gives unprecedented ideas and concepts which sometimes go against basic intellectual reasoning. However, that is the beauty of unique art that lures many towards it as they find comfort and tranquility.
Based in the United Kingdom, fine contemporary artist Bolli Blas is breaking boundaries by exhibiting unique yet outstanding works of art. The British artist is going great guns by majestic masterpieces which are different from every other art worker. She paints wide-eyed characters which not only look exotic but are also intensely loaded with meaning and substance.
“I have for a long time had an interest in eyes. The windows of the soul, so they say, and beauty is in the eye of the beholder. The eyes are the medium through which we experience everything that is visually beautiful. The pupils in the eyes can either dilate or contract to the size of a pinhead.
When dilated, they seem to be absorbing every little detail of the world around them, like black holes, attracting everything within their orbit with an irresistible gravitational pull. Also, the use of black enhances the brightness of the other colors. I like to use vibrant colors in my work, and the wide-eyed Bollis hopefully enhance the other detail and colors in the picture.” Says Bolli
The rip-roaring artist has achieved immense success due to her exceptional artistic skillset. She has done numerous exhibitions and art fairs. Some of which include;
- NEW YORK, Pier 94, 2022 Solo Art Expo, April 2022
- MADRID, ‘Bolli on a Wally’ Exhibition, Wilko Gallery, dates TBC
- NICE, 2022 Art Fair, 8 – 10 April 2022
- PARIS, 2021 International Contemporary Art Fair Art 3F Paris, Galeria Gaudi, June 2021
- MADRID, Galeria Gaudi, 29 January – 10 February 2021
- PUERTO RICO, Museum of Art of Aguadilla and the Caribbean, 30 December 2020
- NEW YORK, Manhattan, Van Der Plas Gallery, ‘Vor Kunst’ Exhibition, 23 November – 2 December 2020
- MILAN, M.A.D.S. Gallery Milano, International Contemporary Art Exhibition ‘Mater’ 13 – 27 November 2020
- NEW YORK, Manhattan, Van Der Plas Gallery, ‘Quo Vadis’ Exhibition, 28 September – 7 October 2020
- LONDON, Hackney, ‘Art is why I wake up in the morning’ Exhibition, 14 October – 24 October 2020
- LONDON, South Bank, ‘Art at the Theatre’ Exhibition, 10 September – 16 September 2020