Aryana B. Londir is an artist whose inspirations emanate directly from her personal growth and the spirituality she embraces on a daily basis. Contrast and balance, harmony and opposition are subjects that she is intrigued by; believing that we cannot live in a world without those elements, her artwork reflects this philosophy.
In viewing her work, one notices the distinction between organic and industrial; geometric and flowing shapes, as well as her vivid use of color and texture. Growing up in a rural area of Connecticut, Aryana felt solace in the natural environs of wooded areas, observing how things grew, changed and evolved; how brilliantly the sun shone, how lucid the colors of nature are, and how rapidly a day was able to evolve from dry to wet, grey to bright sky. Her travels to New York City exposed her to a completely different world of geometric shapes in the massive buildings of the city skyline; it is in this space of her imagination that she combines the two contrasting ideologies.
My work centers on balance, harmony and the integration of contradiction/contrast and the opposition of themes, color and form.
Line as a design element has intrigued me above and beyond other elements, with color as a close second. Line presents itself to me in countless ways; the natural environment of the wooded areas of Connecticut where I grew up; the Arizona landscape where I now live, with its saguaro cactus; in city skylines; in architecture; in the simple...