Through her special artistic technique Tatiana creates her own art concept – how to express music through the art using as a bridge the dialog with Mark Rothko’s paintings.
This artwork of Tatiana Zaytseva, based on Mark Rothko’s “Untitled. Yellow, red and blue”. (1953) painting, speaks specific language and carries a unique structure. Tatiana finds hidden context in Rothko’s color fields, new combinations of colors, their relationships, their dynamic, even music in them.
This artwork unites two different and strong concepts – the structure of Rothko’s painting and the dynamic of music tempo Allegro. When we look at the artwork it brings us to “hear” and to “feel” the music. The artist confesses that her original idea was to create only the dialog with Mark Rothko’s painting but during the working process she had a strong feeling of music appeared and started to dominate in the artwork. So, the artwork by itself induced the new concept: expressing music through the art.