Stephanie Cime's "ROOTS" exhibition celebrates imperfection and authenticity through abstract art, drawing inspiration from the Japanese philosophy of Wabi Sabi. Through her artworks, she encourages viewers to embrace self-acceptance, let go of external beauty standards, and appreciate the beauty of impermanence found in nature.
Stephanie Cime's "ROOTS" exhibition is an artistic exploration of embracing oneself and finding beauty in imperfection. This series consists of abstract pieces that represent the complexity of our personalities and the flow of life. The artist draws inspiration from the philosophy of Wabi Sabi, an ancient Japanese belief rooted in Zen Buddhism that values the beauty of impermanence, asymmetry, and simplicity. The collection serves as a counterpoint to the Western beauty standard that creates unrealistic expectations and immense pressure to strive for perfection. Stephanie's work encourages viewers to distance themselves from external beauty ideals, embrace self-acceptance, and let go of the pursuit of perfection.
Nature serves as a significant inspiration for "ROOTS," as it reflects the natural cycle of growth, decay, and change. The artworks display rough textures, asymmetrical planes, and a natural color palette, evoking a sense of peace and joy that one experiences in nature. The goal of this collection is to inspire a more authentic and mindful lifestyle by cultivating a sense of tranquility, self-acceptance, and appreciation for the beauty of impermanence. Stephanie's work seeks to inspire viewers to embrace their true selves and appreciate the unique beauty found in their imperfections.
Image : Bringing Pieces
For more information, about ROOTS, to download the catalog or view the virtual exhibition follow this link : www.cime.be/roots
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