An A-2-z On Establishing Crucial Aspects For
Another example of LeWitt’s Virgo spirit comes through with his 1994 artwork Wall Drawing No. 766, which is a nod to the translucent washes of color in fresco paintings. The artist described it as “ isometric cubes of varying sizes each with color ink washes superimposed.” paintings, which sensitively consider the weight and impact of color, are perfect examples of how Libras think: They want to create perfect harmony in every aspect of their lives. In his vibrating compositions, Rothko struck up the perfect balance of monumentality and intimacy. Because Libras are ruled by Venus, the planet of love and beauty, they surround themselves with exquisite visuals. As they edit and balance their lives, curation becomes second nature. These sensibilities may be seen in Rothko’s strict specifications for how his paintings should be shown—away from other artworks, hung together in a room, lit with low light. Rothko established friendships with artists whom he highly respected, like , a few connotations may come to mind: her sumptuous paintings of colorful flowers (which have been read as sensual), her abstracted visions of nature, and her reputation for leading a solitary life as an artist in the New Mexico desert. These various associations—which focus on mystery, eroticism, illumination, and ambition—are strongly linked to the personality traits of a Scorpio, an intense water sign associated with mysticism, physical passion, and spiritual awakening. Scorpions are the mascot of Scorpios, and fittingly, this sign will often sting when least expected.
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