On June 30, the Manhattan-based gallery Lichtundfire presented “In Full Bloom,” a new exhibit of contemporary art in a wide range of media, from paintings to works on paper to mixed media, with all pieces addressing the depiction of the rich landscape of a season, vegetation, plant-life, and floral motifs. “In Full Bloom” is a group exhibition based on the concept by Lichtundfire’s director Priska Juschka, which features artworks by Vian Borchert, Martin Weinstein, Robert Jessel, Jane Fire, Robert Solomon, Mark Kurdziel, Philip Gerstein, and Bobbie Moline-Kramer. Special attention should be paid to Vian Borchert’s new paintings created by the artist specifically for “In Full Bloom.”
Vian Borchert’s New Paintings at Lichtundfire’s “In Full Bloom” Exhibit
Vian Borchert is an expressionist artist largely known for her abstract paintings inspired by Mother Nature. The artist has always been an avid lover of nature and all plants, especially lavender. This appealing strong-scented plant from the Mediterranean has a unique ability to bring back a sense of peace and calmness, and for Vian Borchert, it also brings back sweet memories of good times.
Inspired by the lavender smell and sight, Vian Borchert has created a series of new paintings that are now featured at Lichtundfire’s “In Full Bloom” exhibit. Titled “Lavender Fields Paintings,” this series is made in all hues of the lavender color to evoke feelings of rejuvenation and happiness, which can be achieved through the love for the abundant beauty of nature.
Lavender Fields Paintings’ series is a new step in Vian Borchert’s art, as the artist has gone beyond the square and moved into outer space, pushing the boundaries of the fields to depict a birds eye view of the lavender fields she is so much passionate about.
To enjoy the new paintings by Vian Borchert, be sure to visit “In Full Bloom” at Lichtundfire. The art exhibition runs at the gallery through August 20, 2021.