New York Code Orange Jaisini New Art Series

The creativity of Jaisini is not designed to be preaching or too critical. Paul Jaisini reached his level of mastership to know exactly that life is worth living to look in the future having no regrets about the past.

In the aftermath of sept 11 there was a motto for New Yorkers to go on living and conducting business as usual in order to fight the very concept of terrorism, fear. And being cosmopolitan as Londoners or people of world greatest cities New Yorkers prove to be hard to scare.

The spirit of a great city is reflected in the cutting edge works of Jaisini. There is a given subject and a special atmosphere but to Jaisini it would not fulfil his artistic ambition to simply record the rubble and destruction.

Every picture dedicated to NYC in code orange is a mini scenario for a performance with different characters, roles, subtexts and screenplays. Every character in Jaisini's visual rendition of NYC in code orange is usually a typical New Yorker conducting daily life and encountering an unusual situation as viewed by the art director who came up with his own vision of what life could be like in a city that is no longer troubled.

To create such visual scenarios technically, Jaisini had to work with photos as he would with oil paintings or watercolors i.e. manually and without any automatic options, as this would reduce the degree of realism he aimed to achieve through the control of light and pictorial depth.

Perhaps what has been created in the New York series is a glimpse of what New York streets could look like in a futuristic utopia with perpetually developing scenarios of human life.

Jaisini shows that unlimited potential exists in a snap shot of contemporary life. That is why Jaisini's art works are highly demanded and anticipated.

Yustas Kotz Gottlieb Text Copyright New York 2003


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Who is Artist Paul Jaisini

About The Author

Yustas Kotz-Gottlieb lives in NYC, NY. His work has appeared in various publications in New York, the US and international and he is an internationally renowned writer who recieved countless awards for his talent, as well as being listed in Who's Who in American Art and Literature.

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