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Showcase of the most beautiful rocks painted by artist Lidia Zingerle, winner of the RED WEEK event in RockStreet Collective 7
As you undoubtedly remember, few weeks ago our RockStreet Collective group of rock artists honoured the beauty of using the colour red in our stone paintings.
Astonishing patterns, intricate shapes, hidden symbols, love and thrill, they were all captured in the most fascinating painted rocks there are. Here is one of my most recent articles capturing some of the most beautiful red rocks posted in RockStreet Collective.
Red rocks of RockStreet Collective celebrated Here. (photo collage by artist Lysa Mignot)
Each participating artist had the chance to be featured on Instagram every day for an entire week. At the end of the week, the most successful artists of the RED WEEK event on Facebook and Instagram were Lysa Mignot from France and Lidia Zingerle from Italy.
Winning rocks of the RED WEEK event painted by artists Lysa Mignot and Lidia Zingerle
In honour of such event, it gives me great pleasure to introduce to you today one of the winning artists, Lidia Zingerle, and some of her amazing creations on rock.
Rock artist Lidia Zingerle, at Steinmalerei Lidia Zingerle
"Hello everybody! My Name is Lidia Zingerle, and I am from South Tyrol in Northern Italy.
10 years ago I started painting rocks, and now it has become my every day passion!!"
Colourful painted rocks by artist Lidia Zingerle
"I take all of my rocks from the rivers of the region I live in. I love the nature and because of this, I also use natural decorations such as old wood pieces to complete my artworks.To paint my rocks, I only use acrylic paint but no clear coating."
Stunning rock art by artist Lidia Zingerle
"My biggest motivation to continue painting on rocks is the smile on people's faces when they appreciate my work.
I usually sell my rocks at creative-expos in South Tyrol, but I also ship them worldwide."
Inquiries about acquiring art by Lidia Zingerle Here
"Since I joined RockStreet Collective, I have become even more inspired. I enjoy watching other artists' creations, their different styles and cultural influences from all over the world.
Colourful painted rocks by artist Lidia Zingerle
**To all RockStreet Collective friends, I would like to thank you again for taking part in our RED WEEK event. You are amazing! Beginnig with 29th of June, I will launch a new event of colours and joy on rocks. Stay tuned!**
WHY NOT USE A LITTLE RED? 3
Christine Onward talking about the symbolism of red and its use in creating art on rocks
Red appears to be the colour that artists have been using the most in their art works. It is suggested that the value of a piece of art will increase dramatically just by using red in its composition. Recent studies also suggest that at least 77% of the art works in history have used predominantly the red colour.
But why is red so highly appraised in the world of art? And how is this preference for red reflected in the art rock painting?
Here are a few of the most significant explanations I found when it comes to using red in rock painting. To exemplify I used a number of rocks by the artists of RockStreet Collective, recently posted in the group.
Photo collage by artist | Lysa Mignot | of RockStreet Collective (artists tagged in group cover photo)
Probably the most common suggestion for the use of red in art is love. Being such an intense, “hot” color, artists have used red to convey emotions such as passion, happiness, or intense love.
But how do you represent love on a painted rock?
You may use the symbol of love heart
Red painted rocks with love hears by | Karin Getaz | Kathy McLoughlin | Christine Onward
Flowers painted on rocks in red may also elicit feelings of love:
Rocks by | Angel Martinez Garcia | Lysa Mignot | Pamela Campbell |
Red is believed to make you happy
Happy painted rocks by | Gaby Avila | Dawn Harper | Kim Koch |
Red is such a powerful eye-catching colour that can make us quickly attracted to what we see. This is probably why, for outstanding designs, artists are prone to using red more than any other colours of the spectrum.
Rocks interior decorations by | Angel Martinez Garcia | Lysa Mignot | Christine Onward |
Red is used to reflect beauty in nature , as seen in the feathers of these fascinating birds:
Red and birds, painted rocks by | Tanya Nikolaevskaya | Christine Onward | 陳 泳澖 |
Red is also suggested to enhance strength, confidence and optimism. Here are some outstanding decorations using different hues of red:
Painted rocks by | Henriett Jäckl | Pauline Parker | Karin Getaz |
And some more red? How about romantic landscapes with a red sky at dawn?
Painted rock by | Christine Onward |
I will conclude here, although the story could continue with no end. Red painted rocks can make for a wonderful piece of decoration. Being a powerful colour which triggers intense emotions such as love, passion, happiness, the colour that attracts attention and makes every piece of art more desirable. There is no reason why you shouldn't try it for yourself.
***If you think your red work of art stands out from the crowd, feel free to post your rock in RockStreet Collective. We celebrate RED week on our Instagram account starting from 4th to 10th of June. There will be two artist winners every day!! Winning rocks will be featured on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and website. Looking forward to meeting you too.
More RED rocks for sale Here.
Painted rock by | Sara Stich |