Loren Yagoda is known for painting.
Loren’s composition is intended to simplify one’s vision setting the stage for a calm environment. She feels that color is a distraction from form and that there is a soft, ethereal feeling that one derives from the absence of color. Her purpose is to create a peaceful mood establishing a meditative state. This provides the viewer a place to land their sight in order to achieve an absence of thought to enhance concentration. She doesn’t want her viewer to attempt to find subject matter, but rather to exist in its stillness.
Loren paints large covered spaces using textures in varying forms to create an illusion of depth on a two dimensional surface. While some pieces are based in mathematical theory and others ... Displaying 750 of 1019 characters.