Jylian Gustlin’s work can be considered multi-dimensional and spatially multifaceted in color and boundaries, overlaid in complex fearlessness and combined with multimedia applications. Inspiration comes in many ways, however, Gustlin trail runs in the coastal mountains surrounding her home. The colors in her work come from the pallet of nature and is inspired by wildflowers, hillsides, green moss in the deep forest, tumbling waterfalls from recent rains, redwood trees reaching to the sky, including the deep blues of the shadows. This book covers the body of work by Jylian Gustlin from the last 20 years.
“Nature is the greatest artist” -Jylian Gustlin
`I know [Jylian] as exuberant, open, fun, funny, teasing, stubborn to the point of bullheadedness, and as a splendidly free spirit…and the viewer is the beneciary of the whole package.’ – Joan Baez
|Dimensions||225 × 270 mm|
Dr Deborah Gustlin
Jylian Gustlin is a native