Prolific. Last Friday, I got to witness the artwork of a prolific artist, Yayoi Kusama! This is one of her best known works in the Infinity Mirrors series called “The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away”. With all of the LED lights and images reflected infinitely in the mirrors, this is the epitome of what “prolific” means!
Her artistry and career spans four decades and she is still creating art in her studio in Tokyo, Japan in her 80s to this day.
Excellent example and good for her for keeping at what she loves and does so well.
Yes, indeed! She was featured as one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People in 2016! Thanks, Janet!
I saw this in Denmark some years ago – she is fantastic! Wish I could visit Japan as well. Lovely.
It’s such an amazing exhibit! 🙂
I can understand that!
What an amazing work! It must be even more glorious in real life.
Yes, it was really unique and a one-of-a-kind art experience! Hope it comes to a city near you too so you can experience it as well. 🙂
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This is such a gorgeous photo and quite an idea. I haven’t heard of this artist before now. Thanks for teaching me something new today.
You’re very welcome! 🙂
Simply stunning! All those beautiful lights!
Thank you! Never-ending reflections!
This is such a beautiful display of modern lights!
I agree! It’s like a galaxy but with elements of personalities.
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