Heidi MulderMondrian Nude 1, Oil/Acrylic on canvas, 100cmx100cm. From the artist, The painting shows an interaction with Piet Mondrian's work. Composition in Red, Blue and Yellow. The artwork derives from chaos and a lack of order in my own mind and external life resulting in a need to pare back and simplify my world and to become more spiritually connected. Emotion-based watery lines unlike Mondrian's more controlled technique now have been overlapped with an organic, feminine self-portrait.
Heidi MulderMondrian Nude 2, Oil/Acrylic on canvas, 100cmx100cm. The aerial view shows the artist looking at herself and has an almost ‘astral’ quality. The white background represents the purity and cleanliness of personal spirit. The lines that intersect through the figure represent that we are not solid beings and that we are indeed spirit inhabiting a physical body. Perhaps the aim of this painting is to describe the interaction of the feminine and masculine or even the interaction of physical and spiritual existence.
Monica Sitting with Mondrian
Tom Wesselmann Monica Sitting with Mondrian, a limited edition print which sells for several thousand dollars.
Dawn Grant Nude admires Mondrian
Dawn Grant, who used to sell her works on ebay, painted this commission, Nude admires Mondrian for The Collection.
I have never been sure of the title or artist of this image, but it is somewhere in here: Kompozicija II, 1995. Piet Mondrian, Zoran Naskovski,Bata Krgovic. The link comes and goes but at the time of writing is here.