We are delighted to bring you the twenty sixth in our ‘Mobile Art and Photography that has Influenced Me’ series of interviews here at TheAppWhisperer. I created this series of interviews to offer an opportunity to artists, to help to appreciate one another. When artists share their art, I interpret it as if they are baring their souls. To put work in the public domain, takes fierce trust, to oneself, of the process, not the outcome, the outcome cannot matter. When another artist explains how this art affects them emotionally and spiritually, it gives motivation to artists, to keep creating, to realise the influence they have, throughout the world, to give and to share and that’s what this series of interviews is all about…fundamentally it is about love and fierce trust, love of art, love of one another, trust in each other and oneself.
Within this series, we contact well established and highly regarded mobile photographers and artists and ask them a sequence of questions. Each one relates to mobile art and photography that has inveigled and continues to impact them, by other mobile artists throughout the world. Our twenty sixth interview is with Filiz Ak from Istanbul, Turkey, enjoy!
(foreword by Joanne Carter)
The Image That Is Currently In The Forefront Of My Mind
The image that is currently in the forefront of my mind is one of by Jane Shultz @before.1.st.light
When I saw this image for the first time; I was absolutely so influenced and I said, to myself; “This is art! Now, you see how it is”. I admired this image of a woman with pins.
The image that is most underrated
The image that is the most underrated İs one by Peter Wilkin @peterwilkin1. I would like to see this marvellous picture in the largest art museum.
The image that changed my mind
The image that changed my mind is one by Clint Cline. This is a fabulous piece of art. This image provokes something in my mind. Its surrealistic qualities and power make me full of thought. When I look at Clint’s art, I see beautiful colours, geometric composition, perfect light tones, wonderful textures and a lovely background, altogether. His works are very special and unique.
The most recent image that made me smile
The most recent image that made me smile is one by Roger Guetta @draman. It is such a beautiful image with a very beautiful caption. It put a smile on my face and filled me with hope.
”Love is like a butterfly; It goes where it pleases and it pleases wherever it goes” And I would add this “Life of both, is also too short “
Another image that made me smile is one by Sukru Mehmet Omur @sukru_mehmet_omur. Colours and lines so beautiful and they touch my soul. It reminds me of my childhood. I would definitely like it to hang it on my wall .
The most recent image that made me sad
The most recent image that made me sad is one by Joyce Harkin @harkinjoyce.I admire Joyces’ imagination and skill. This picture has the deepest story. When I look at it, I feeling loneliness, improbability and desperation.
My comfort image
My comfort image is one by Eleni Gemeni @elengemlux who is one of my favorite artists. It brings me peace, calm and silence. I feel like I am above the clouds. Soft colors, soft light and composition are very beautiful just like dream. Less is more…
The image I would most like to give (or receive) as a gift
The image I would most like to give as a gift is one of by myself @filizakart. When I met at last, my dentist Elif I was influenced by her dress, her make-up and jewellery and I had made this one. So,I would like to print and frame it, to give to her as a gift for her Birthday.
The image I wish I had created
The image I wish I had created is one by Andrea Bigiarini @andrea_bigiarini. He is the big Maestro of Digital Painting and of landscape photography. There is a powerful combination of colors and light in this picture. What a beautiful shade of yellow this is! His art blows me away and opens new doors and pathways that I didn’t know were there.
Artwork That Has Influenced My Art
Artwork that has influenced my art comes from Tricia Dewey. She always uses several different apps altogether. Amazing texture and layers are used perfectly in her arts. She is always pushing something new. I’m excited to see Tricia’s work, it opens and changes my mind.
We have a small favour to ask. More people than ever are reading TheAppWhisperer.com and we could not be more excited about that. We bring you ad-free journalism every day, so you don’t have to close windows and be distracted with advertisements. We specialise in mobile photography and mobile art and we value all of our readers, writers, contributors and viewers but we do have costs and we do need to ask for your help. We at TheAppWhisperer spend many hours each day, each week and each month to bring you this high quality level of journalism. We do it because we are passionate about it and because we want others to be as passionate too.
If everyone who reads our website, who likes it, helps to support it, our future would be so much more secure. Please help us by offering a contribution or supporting us with a monthly donation of your choosing.