Neo-Folk Art with Kristin Farr | KQED Arts

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  • Published on Nov 6, 2014
  • We visit the studio of KQED Art School creator Kristin Farr, who is also a painter of geometric rainbow designs that she calls "Magic Hecksagons," which are inspired by folk art, nature and sacred geometry.
    Check out Kristin demonstrating how to paint your own "Magic Hecksagon" here: ru-clip.com/video/9gpnmZc7F9M/video.html
    Find more videos like this on our homepage! www.KQED.org/ArtSchool

Comments • 8

  • YOJIN
    YOJIN Year ago

    wow you work is mind blowing!!:) inspires me alot!!:)

  • elsa Grace
    elsa Grace Year ago

    That vibrational quality is painful to my eyes and disturbs my sense of balance. Weird because I love color.

  • thereal kayley
    thereal kayley 3 years ago +1

    I love love love this art because I like neon colors!!!

    • thereal kayley
      thereal kayley 3 years ago

      +EpicGirl 2000 And your welcome

    • thereal kayley
      thereal kayley 3 years ago

      +KQED Art School Litterallly everything in my room is neon

    • KQED Art School
      KQED Art School  3 years ago

      +EpicGirl 2000 thank you, fellow fan of neon colors! This is Kristin, thanks for your nice comment.

  • joanne cooper
    joanne cooper 4 years ago +2

    beautiful : )