Blue tree installations
Blue tree installations by a conceptual and social artist Konstantin Dimopoulos turn the landscape into something surreal, something from another world. The blue color brings peace and contentment. It radiates the calmness, steadiness, the need to rest and relax. The blue color represents the highest order of the mind. Its strength is in tranquility and rectitude. Sometimes the desire for blue means thirst for change. But these shocking blue tree installations aim to increase the social consciousness of the people on environmental problems.
People who prefer dark blue, the color of the night sky are travelers in the broadest sense of the word. They are eager to learn, extremely religious, feel that there is another world that ordinary people do not see beyond their mundane cares and troubles.
Konstantin Dimopoulos is a Greek artist, born 20 December 1958 in Port Said, Egypt. When he was eight years old, his family moved to Wellington, New Zealand. Konstantin Dimopoulos is a conceptual and social artist whose art is based on sociological and humanist philosophies related to ecology and the human condition. He became famous for his blue tree installations, which he created in more than sixteen cities around the world.
In addition to the foregoing, dark blue – the color of the artists. Lovers of this color usually succeed in life, realize all their intentions, achieve their goals and earn a lot of money, which ultimately leads to a life of luxury and wealth. These people love life, they are very energetic, doted in children. They live as if playing the game, life for them – a theater, they feel like actors, eager for recognition and applause. Fans of dark blue love to travel.
For painting trees the artist uses a biologically safe, water-based blue pigment. The color and the tree come together to transform each other, turning the landscape into something surreal, something from another world. The artist aims to attract viewers to environmental problems, and increase the social consciousness of the people.