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Sozra

John Sosnowsky
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Moon Tree by Sozra, visual art

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John Sosnowsky, aka Sozra
Artist Statement:

Visionary, Geometric, Cymatic...

Beauty and harmony in nature are defined by
their simplicity and apparently effortless existence.
Art, regardless oftradition, time, historical
relevance or medium has attempted to recreate
and mimic nature since the first intentional
lines were drawn in the soil beneath
primitive feet.

As my experiences through travel, study,
and technology would have it, the medium
and creative direction my art has taken spans
continents, religions, time and a multitude of
resources. In an attempt to recreate the beauty
and harmony I have emanating in my being,
my experiences and imagination have
converged with simple geometry, high
technology and ancient symbolism to bring
an element of timelessness and universality
to the piece before you.

These pieces are meant to evoke comfort and
curiosity, calm through chaos, and the
untraditional through convention. Enjoy the
juxtaposition of each piece as simplicity draws
you into complexity.

All human construct evolves from basic laws
of existence. In the case of visual arts, we
remember basic geometry. Nothing starts without
a point. Two points may connect a rigid line. Yet a
series of points can give semblance to a wave or
abstraction of sorts. Regardless of time, space,
culture or belief these are the rules we abide by
in our visual creations of “art”. With this collection
I hope to bring you on a positive, visual journey
that spans all that is known while remaining simple.

With a Bachelor’s Degree in Art from Towson
University, I have been working for 36 years, with my
wife Debby, creating and selling art at juried shows
and galleries.

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John Sosnowsky is a graduate of Towson
State University and a native Marylander
current residing in Frederick County. With
his wife Debby he has been teaching,
demonstrating and creating jewelry,
Art and Music full time for over 36 years
under the name Sozra Studio. He has been
the onsite juror of the Pittsburgh Three River
Arts Festival, served on the Maryland
Renaissance Arts and Craft Board and
the Artist Market Chair of the Frederick
Festival of the Arts. John is a Visionary,
Geometric, Cymatic Artist. His work is sold
through various juried shows, galleries and on the web.

www.sozra.com
www.facebook.com/Sozra
iTunes link: itun.es/us/W24Mh
sozra@pipeline.com
What is the “Multiverse Vortex” concept ? The first in the three Multiverse Vortex series. “One” represents the relationship between our universe and that of countless untold number of universes that exist is a balanced harmony with nature. Our universe is the small blue one in the lower, left corner. In the center, is the energy that manifests all life, I believe a tone. The second in the series is titled: “Vortex”. It represents the portal that transforms what was then to what is now.“Vortex” unleashes the imagination to understand the creative and endless ways we can interac
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Cymatics is the study of the structure and dynamics of waves and vibrations. These are fundamentals of music and development of life. Without these waves & vibrations there is no creation, sound or music. In 1787, the musician, physicist and jurist, Ernst Chladni laid the foundations for the study of acoustics, the science of sound. Among Chladni´s successes was finding a way to make visible what sound waves generate. With the help of a violin bow which he played perpendicularly across the edge of flat plates covered with sand, he produced patterns and shapes today called Chladni figures. Chladni demonstrated that sound actually does af
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Hi,

I just want to say that I'm a big fan. Your art is amazing and I'm thankful that you post it here to share it with us all. Cheers. :-)
Happy Birthday! :cake:
Many thanks for the much-appreciated :+devwatch:! :-)  :heart:
Thanks Pauline, Love your work.
i love all of you artwork, and i really can not believe that your not a member! 
Thanks, Member of ?
Beautiful art!