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Bill Strydesky Art
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Bill Strydesky began his journey on the artist path as a child in N.J. where he started painting at the age of twelve. Years later in Washington D.C. he would expand his interest into works expressing his rich emotional life using oil pastels, while being inspired and influenced by his friend Jacob Kainen who was an American painter and print maker. Kainen is also known as an art historian, writing books on John Baptist Jackson and the etchings of Canaletto. Today Bill paints acrylic creations that represent both his response to the world around him and his own inner world. He was profoundly affected by the events of 9-11 at which point his work changed dramatically. His color palette literally exploded and his definition became much more clear and dynamic. It is his inner world that is most represented in his paintings which push the limits of the status quo and prove that Bill’s work is beyond convention. The images he creates are filled with provocative shapes, intense colors and energetic movement which transport the viewer into uncharted territory, also known as “Planet Bill”. Bill’s artwork has exhibited in numerous shows and galleries over the years. His work can be found in the homes of discerning collectors all over the world. Bill is also a supporter of the arts as well as a collector of art. His personal collection is impressive and includes world renowned artists as well as local artists that are just starting out.
Geometry enters many of these drawings and works of art, so my passion for Sacred Geometry drew me into the research of ancient symbols. This led me to the Seals of Solomon the King, which are still used today in some obscure religions. Over the years the seals have been used for many different things, one being the thought that they have a magical energy that could be called forth to alter things in one’s life. Being mesmerized by the Seals and the meaning behind each one, I decided to paint the entire set of Seals. To find out more about this series, contact me by email or follow me on social media to watch the play.
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