Repeated Forms: The Art of RainbowMoon


A bright orange painting made using a variety of circlesUntitled, ink and watercolour pencil on mat board

RainbowMoon is an artist who creates intricate artworks, often in ink on paper, built up of numerous circles and small, repeated forms. Each of RainbowMoon’s artworks seems to have a dual existence, both as a collection of tiny objects and as one larger, cohesive entity.


A drawing made of hundreds of tiny circles in metallic inkUntitled, metallic inks on white paper

I really enjoy the works in RanbowMoon’s Circles Series -- the artworks in this gallery are all built out of circular forms, with some containing seemingly millions of painstakingly small circles. The way the artist varies the size and hue of each circle creates a sense of topological volume, and the masses of circles become like foaming waves or sand dunes.


A screen capture of the front page of RainbowMoon's art websiteRainbowMoon's art portfolio website

 

In The Dreamtime Series, RainbowMoon experiments with other forms, many of which are recognizable as flowers, human figures, or other objects, and many of which are quite imaginary. There’s a playfulness to these interlocking figures that suggests work by Keith Haring. The forms combine to create highly contemporary, almost minimalist geometric figures.  


An ink drawing with two geometric shapes made up of smaller formsUntitled, metallic silver ink on black paper

Written by: Dallas Jeffs

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