Aryana B. Londir's inspirations emanate directly from her personal
growthand the spirituality she embraces on a daily basis. Contrast
and balance, harmony and oppostiion are the subjects that she
is intrigued by; believing that we cannot live in a world without those elements, her artwork reflects her philosophy.
In viewing her work, one notices the distinction between organic
and industrial; geometric and flowing shapes, as well as her vivid
use of color and texture. Growing up in a rural area of Connecticut,
Aryana felt solace in the natural environs of wooded areas, observing
how things grew, changed and evolved; how brilliantly the sun shone,
how lucid the colors of nature are, and how rapidly a day was able
to evolve from dry to wet, grey to bright sky. Her travels to
New York City exposed her to a completely different world of
geometric shapes in the massive buildings of the city skyline;
it is in this space of her imagination that she combines the
two contrasting ideologies.
Fibers have played an important role in much of Aryana's work.
She learned to sew in her teen years and her love of fine fabrics has grown throughout her life, creating many beautiful garments, as well as furnishing
her home with sumptuous textiles. While in college, Aryana designed
a dual major in Design and Textiles/Fiber Arts to further explore their
qualities. Aryana's passion for fine fabrics never waned.
Fascinated by the inherent beauty, depth and color capabilities
of glass, Aryana has chosen to utilize glass in her work as her
primary medium. The vibrancy of the glass combined with her love
of textiles, is the focus of her new work. Her beautiful creations
have won national awards and her work has been published in books,
featured in catalogues, magazine editorials and advertising.
Combining comtemporary materials with color, texture and intuitive
elegance, Aryana creates lasting works of beauty treasured and collected
by many people throughout the world.