This Artist Is Fascinated With Weightlessness And Gravity. And We Should Be Thankful For It. Wow.

London-based artist Chloe Early loves the themes of weightlessness and gravity, I learn from iGNANT — a blog for creative types — today. And that is plainly evident in her beautiful works, as you will see below. But there is more In Early than obsession with gravity, as the artist tells us on her website:

At their core [Early’s paintings] is a sensitivity to lyrical feelings and themes — love, beauty, innocence and softness — which collide with more worldly symbols of aggression and degradation, such as bullets, bombs, urban refuse and ruins.

Here is a sample of the artist’s gravity-inspired paintings.

This Artist Is Fascinated With Weightlessness And Gravity. And We Should Be Thankful For It. Wow.

This Artist Is Fascinated With Weightlessness And Gravity. And We Should Be Thankful For It. Wow.

This Artist Is Fascinated With Weightlessness And Gravity. And We Should Be Thankful For It. Wow.

This Artist Is Fascinated With Weightlessness And Gravity. And We Should Be Thankful For It. Wow.

This Artist Is Fascinated With Weightlessness And Gravity. And We Should Be Thankful For It. Wow.

This Artist Is Fascinated With Weightlessness And Gravity. And We Should Be Thankful For It. Wow.

This Artist Is Fascinated With Weightlessness And Gravity. And We Should Be Thankful For It. Wow.

This Artist Is Fascinated With Weightlessness And Gravity. And We Should Be Thankful For It. Wow.

This Artist Is Fascinated With Weightlessness And Gravity. And We Should Be Thankful For It. Wow.

All images © Chloe Early.

H / T iGNANT.

Beautiful, isn’t it. Share Chloe’s weightless art with your friends below, they’ll love it, too.