Beauty a subjective creation of the mind and only seen in the eye of the beholder. What is beauty for me may in fact be ugly for you. If one thing can be said of beauty; it is that it is one of the few objectively, subjective matters in the world. The truth is there is no true beauty, but it is though the female artist we can find some semblance of a true representation of what beauty is, at least from the view of the female observer.
One of the most interesting kinds of artist is the outsider artist with no formal training their techniques stand out from the crowd in unexpected ways. For example, for brown to pink the image we see is only a snapshot of the entire World, each image is created as a full 3d world. As the viewer we see only what the artist wants from a privileged position.
In this way a comparison can be drawn between the way this work is created and that of photography. A lighting source is created the model picked and then the artist uses that illumination to paint a picture.
The theme of fairy tales is something that features in the artist works, this gives them a source of perfection and wonder. Art to often seeks to see the dark and decrepit parts of the human condition without seeking to uplift it. A marker of Brown to pinks work could be a seeking of that perfection. In the work we find perfected forms and a beauty to strive for higher forms of being and perfected god like entities.
In recent works the artist finds focuses on modern takes on the fairy tale with modern recreations of these tales in glass boxes. Two of 3 have been freed as of writing this but Cinderella is still looking or a buyer. https://mybae.io/artwork/685
Now as always lets hear directly from the artist:
How did you get into art?
As a form of "escape" and as a form of "drug",
art was always in my life in one way or another I always ended up creating, I don't know how and when I got here but I love art and I don't want to stop creating.
Do you have formal training
Not at all, actually, my main studies are in chemistry. When I had the opportunity to try my first 3d program I was so lost ...and I have learned everything only through mistakes and trying again and again...sometimes im still lost and learning new things but I love working and impruving, I can spend many hours just modelling a small or large piece.
Why 3d art?
Basically for all the space I have, on a canvas I have two axes (x, y) and in 3d space (x, y, z) and although it does not seem like it in practically all my works I create a small world
and then i capture small part of it, for example, in my work "фея" (the fairy) i created a whole forest with about 2 km² and just used a small part of it to create the final artwork. In my work "Terra" I created a space where the sun was the only light and was so far from the planet and Terra that if it moved the only thing that could be seen was darkness and stars.
Your art has a unique take on the fairy tale why is that?
I am a fan of the unknown, of the oneiric and I think we are in a world that has lost its colour and its magic, my inspiration is basically everything that leads us to fantasy and to believe again in it.
The beauty of the female form is something that also features in your work. Do you think we have lost the aspiration for raw beauty in the modern world?
Well, really, the female form is present in my works because I believe that women are the maximum exponent of creation and the power that carries with it, women have always been mistreated in hostility when they have been the one who has maintained life on our planet...
Why the name brown to pink?
There is a phrase in Spanish that says "menudo marron" which means that you have gotten into a big problem and in English it would be understood "go Brown" and pink (which is my favorite color) for me its the opposite of "problem". To make it short, my works are the beginning of an error and end with what i desire. That's browntopink
How did you find crypto art?
I follow quite a few artists who started in Cryptoart and I was interested in it, then Zyralynn arrived and showed me the gallery and the opportunity to get a little deeper into this world that is fantastic.
Any advice for new artists?
Take a blank sheet of paper, crumple it into a ball , now return that sheet to its original shape and hang it with a frame on your wall. Value your art, art is the only superpower that the human has value it and value yourself.