BLUEISH NOW OPEN
ATLANTA, GA (September 25, 2021) The Ikouii Creative presents BLUEISH, a pop up virtual exhibition featuring artwork inspired by the color blue. This exhibition examines the color’s global similarities, its impact on society, and unique meanings across cultures. While most colors conjure tangibles (a red rose, orange fruit, yellow lemon, or green grass), blue often brings to mind the sea and sky, and the dreamy space where the two meet. Blue transcends cultural boundaries and is considered a color of calm worldwide. It can soothe us the way sitting in the sand to watch gentle waves wash ashore soothes us. Blue is said to be the most popular color on the spectrum.
The virtual exhibition features works in various mediums from artists located in Australia, India, Canada, and the United States. Exhibiting artists include: Eel Costello, Haleigh Givens, Amina Daugherty, Cheryl Kinderknecht, David Isakson, Sharon Dowdell, Hannah Ayers, Matt Elliott, Luke Abdallah, Nitiksha Dawar, Kaushlendra Pratap Singh, Abhishek Kumar, Lori Dunsmore, Ellen Mansfield, James Betts, Lizz Hamilton, and Leo Tujak.
The exhibition is now on view online at ikouii.com.
All artwork on view will be for sale and available for purchase via ikouii.com.
ABOUT THE IKOUII CREATIVE
The Ikouii Creative is a disability-led organization committed to providing opportunities and support for artists with disabilities as well as transforming cultural institutions into an engaging and meaningful space for all visitors. The Ikouii Creative serves artists worldwide, in countries including the United States, Canada, The Netherlands, The United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, Israel, and India. The organization offers a diverse spectrum of exhibitions, events, and programs to amplify its impact in the arts sector.