Traditional Symbols, Cursive Aleph Bet print by Lynn Rae Lowe. This print features her inspired Homage to Ida Kohlmeyer. "I selected a feminine and soft cursive font for Ida. Since she used the title “Symbols” for many of her paintings, it seemed fitting she would represent traditional glyphs associated with the aleph-bet."~Lynn Rae
ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST/GRIDS said to awaken ancient memories. Ida’s enduring interest in the native arts began on her honeymoon although as a traditional midcentury housewife in New Orleans, she didn’t take a class until after her second child was born. She found herself astonished and moved by the spiritual aspect of painting. She was influenced by Miro and his informal grid-like style. “I’ve experienced an elevation of spirit, almost a mystical happening, where I am not doing the painting. It evolves under its own mysterious power. This exquisite state of being simulates a religious experience.”Ida Kohlmeyer (1912-1997)
The original painting is part of Lynn Rae's Illuminations: Aleph to Tav exhibit.