The fish's coloring also has something to do with its symbolism. Certain colors represent certain aspects or outcomes in life. (article by By Sue Lynn Carty) Flying Koi Painting by Will Wieber Kohaku - This koi has a white body with red spots and symbolizes success in your career. Kumonryu - There are two main variations of this koi. One variation is a koi with a white body and black spots and the other is an all black body. This Kumonryu koi symbolizes life changes and transformations. Ogon - This solid, silver colored koi symbolically represents success in business and wealth. Kuchibeni - This white and red patterned koi is often referred to as the "lipstick" fish, because the red coloring around...
This study for a large mural is a detail of Empress Livia's Garden Room at her Villa at Prima Porta, north of Rome. Livia's room was decorated on all four internal walls with naturalistic garden scenes showing pomegranate tress, yellow bird, ferns. The room can now be seen in the museum at Palazzo Massimo in Rome.Roman art is not just the art of the emperors, senators, and aristocracy, but of all the peoples of Rome's vast empire, including middle-class businessmen, freedmen, slaves, and soldiers in Italy and the provinces.
Will Wieber's approach to his abstract art is cerebral. It's about the paint for him and how best to convey an emotion. Raw Urban Art is impactful and it allows him to take the abstract concept to an interesting place. A prime of example of this is evident in "Rainy Night in Soho", an homage to NYC and the Mad Men Era.
The mastery of the Czech glass makers is most evident in this moody and mysterious infusion of a secret molten metal within the glass. Thus creating an electrifying burst of color emanating from within. This bohemian chameleon is valued with high regard. It is often referred to as Dragon's Breath. I have paired it with a Neo Victorian Gothic bezel to create this statement necklace, suitable for the Goth Bride, or for one who just appreciates it beauty ~ available here: