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Ornament (lat. Ornamentum- decoration) is the oldest and basic decorative element in visual arts. The original meaning of ornaments was primarily symbolical, and then decorative, so it is possible to talk about the language of ornaments.
The purpose of ornament is historically determined, it subsequently lost its practical characteristics, became exclusively esthetical. Ornament reflects our ancestor’s unique view on basic and visible forces of the world. We can find different ornament variations in all civilisations and times, either representing a unique cult elementand cultural element, or being taken over from an older, or more advanced culture.
   
 
I find my inspiration in the tradition and cultural heritage, by putting thematically into the center of my interest I challenge the diverse artistic disciplines. By changing the motifs of plant ornaments, through the form of heartshape, I create new visual and aesthetic experiences. Combined technique of watercolor and embroidery on japan paper and egg tempera on canvas are the media I transpose my creative idea and the consistency of "women's artistic disciplines" that are distinguished by patience and perseverance.

Paul Klee
On Modern Art
                 
Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen!
   
If I now take the floor, standing close by some of my own work, and speak about that work, even though the work ought to speak for itself in its own language, I confess to a certain unease about whether there are sufficient reasons for my saying anything at all, and also whether I will say it in the right way.
For even though as a painter I feel myself to be in possession of the means, my own means, to set others in motion so that they will head in the same direction in which I feel myself driven, I do not feel as though I have been given the gift of words, at least not with the same sort of assurance, words by which to point us toward the proper paths.
Yet I console myself by noting that it is not my talk in isolation that addresses you, that the talk is meant merely to complement the impressions you yourselves will gain of my images; perhaps my words will provide certain coinages that otherwise might go missing.
If I should succeed in this, to some extent at least, then I will respect the good sense of my having taken up the assigned task of addressing you.
In order to avoid even further the odium that is captured in the expression, "Artist, make art, don't talk," I would like to volunteer some observations on the creative process; during the period in which a work receives its shape this process goes on more or less preconsciously. In my own subjective view, that is the only real justification for speeches by one who makes art, namely, to alter one's focus by finding new ways to observe. In other words, to take some of the pressure off the formal side of things, which is consciously overburdened, by developing a new kind of intuition, and to try to emphasize somewhat more the content aspect. Reestablishing the equilibrium in this way would be exciting for me, and it would bring me much closer to a confrontation with art by means of words and concepts.
 
However, I would be thinking too selfishly here; I would be forgetting that most of you are probably more at home on the content side of things, less so on the formal side. And so I cannot really avoid saying something to you about these formal things.
I would therefore like to offer you a peek into the painter's workshop, and if we can do that, we will come to understand one another in other respects as well.
Some sort of common ground must exist between artists and others, a place where we can approach one another mutually, a common ground on which the artist need no longer appear to be a matter quite apart.
Where he may rather appear as a creature who, like you, did not ask to be dropped into this multifarious world of ours and who must make his or her way through it all just as you must.
   
Who may be different from you merely because of the specific means he has been given to rescue himself, so that sometimes he may be more fortunate than a person who cannot create at all, a person who can never arrive at the point where he can give things real form and in this way save himself.
   
Paul Klee delivered this lecture on January 26, 1924, at the Jena Kunstverein exhibition of his works.

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Harmony is what connects the small and the great, the far and the near, the powerful and the weak, the hidden and the revealed.., the awareness that one without the other is impossible.
This is not a definition because all definitions arise out of harmony. That is the experience of the world.
The culture of harmony, balance and measure. Nature has the inevitable logic of a cycle where the smallest and the biggest are of equal importance.
Thought and the work of harmony is the way along which this can be achieved. That experience appears in various unpredictable and ephermeral moments.
 
 

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In my works, I examine the harmonious relations and the sign-symbolic language of artistic expression.
I find my starting point and inspiration in my life experiences as well as in my surroundings; I can say that these works are a kind of "figuration", that is, a person is taken as their starting point. Sculptures are made in cast metals, aluminium and brass, which allow me to emphasize their "sticky character" and achieve "compatibility" with diverse living environments.
Letter From Sol LeWitt to Eva Hesse
Dear Eva,
It will be almost a month since you wrote to me and you have possibly forgotten your state of mind (I doubt it though). You seem the same as always, and being you, hate every minute of it. Don’t! Learn to say “Fuck You” to the world once in a while. You have every right to. Just stop thinking, worrying, looking over your shoulder wondering, doubting, fearing, hurting, hoping for some easy way out, struggling, grasping, confusing, itchin, scratching, mumbling, bumbling, grumbling, humbling, stumbling, numbling, rumbling, gambling, tumbling, scumbling, scrambling, hitching, hatching, bitching, moaning, groaning, honing, boning, horse-shitting, hair-splitting, nit-picking, piss-trickling, nose sticking, ass-gouging, eyeball-poking, finger-pointing, alleyway-sneaking, long waiting, small stepping, evil-eyeing, back-scratching, searching, perching, besmirching, grinding, grinding, grinding away at yourself. Stop it and just DO!
From your description, and from what I know of your previous work and you [sic] ability; the work you are doing sounds very good “Drawing-clean-clear but crazy like machines, larger and bolder… real nonsense.” That sounds fine, wonderful – real nonsense. Do more. More nonsensical, more crazy, more machines, more breasts, penises, cunts, whatever – make them abound with nonsense. Try and tickle something inside you, your “weird humor.” You belong in the most secret part of you. Don’t worry about cool, make your own uncool. Make your own, your own world. If you fear, make it work for you – draw & paint your fear and anxiety. And stop worrying about big, deep things such as “to decide on a purpose and way of life, a consistant [sic] approach to even some impossible end or even an imagined end” You must practice being stupid, dumb, unthinking, empty. Then you will be able to DO!
I have much confidence in you and even though you are tormenting yourself, the work you do is very good. Try to do some BAD work – the worst you can think of and see what happens but mainly relax and let everything go to hell – you are not responsible for the world – you are only responsible for your work – so DO IT. And don’t think that your work has to conform to any preconceived form, idea or flavor. It can be anything you want it to be. But if life would be easier for you if you stopped working – then stop. Don’t punish yourself. However, I think that it is so deeply engrained in you that it would be easier to DO!
It seems I do understand your attitude somewhat, anyway, because I go through a similar process every so often. I have an “Agonizing Reappraisal” of my work and change everything as much as possible = and hate everything I’ve done, and try to do something entirely different and better. Maybe that kind of process is necessary to me, pushing me on and on. The feeling that I can do better than that shit I just did. Maybe you need your agony to accomplish what you do. And maybe it goads you on to do better. But it is very painful I know. It would be better if you had the confidence just to do the stuff and not even think about it. Can’t you leave the “world” and “ART” alone and also quit fondling your ego. I know that you (or anyone) can only work so much and the rest of the time you are left with your thoughts. But when you work or before your work you have to empty you [sic] mind and concentrate on what you are doing. After you do something it is done and that’s that. After a while you can see some are better than others but also you can see what direction you are going. I’m sure you know all that. You also must know that you don’t have to justify your work – not even to yourself. Well, you know I admire your work greatly and can’t understand why you are so bothered by it. But you can see the next ones and I can’t. You also must believe in your ability. I think you do. So try the most outrageous things you can – shock yourself. You have at your power the ability to do anything.
Sol

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