The infinity mirror room in Los Angeles is one of the most famous pieces of art work in the western part of the United States. It was created by renowned Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. The beauty of the work comes from the combination of light and shadow, which is created in three-dimensional form. The work of Kahlo is often described as a reflection of the sky, as it frequently appears as a spectacular mountain or dome shaped work. Many people believe that it was created by the mountaintop when a storm came in the area.
Many experts believe that the reason why the work remains so popular is because of its quality as a representation of nature. Some believe that the reason for this is in the “latte” that is reflected on the glass, which is a form of art known as metroseism. Others believe that the location was selected by the artist due to the shape of the area, which was chosen as the place where the infinity mirror room in los angeles could be found. Other people think that it was caused by the lack of water in the area. Either way, the location became a favorite amongst those who like to have works of art that depict natural scenes, as there is a large amount of canyon in the area.
One particular aspect of the infinity mirror room in los angeles that many people enjoy viewing is the painting that is hung above it. Known as the Deville painting, it depicts two women lying on either side of a kneeling man with their legs on either sides of him. They are holding cups of coffee, and the man is standing over them with a notebook. In the lower part of the painting, a woman is wearing a bikini top with some flowers. The woman’s leg is out in the open, while her back is facing the viewer. At the very top of the painting, facing the viewer, is a man whose face can only be seen from the right.
Some people have compared this painting to the famous work by Dutch artist Rembrandt, wherein a nymph is sitting by a pond, waiting for a fisherman to come by. In the case of the Deville painting, the fisherman has just pulled up in his boat, and the woman is standing by the pond drinking coffee. From this position, the woman’s leg can be seen clearly in the lower half of the painting, as it is up slightly against the knee. In the upper half, her leg can be seen as it is almost parallel to the horizon. In short, the painting contains a clear allusion to the act of sex, and many believe that the original artist took inspiration from the natural landscape around them in Los Angeles.
If you take a look at the cover of the original artwork, the woman is shown as a beautiful nymph, with oversized breasts, which really do resemble those of a voluptuous Latina woman. Interestingly enough, the painting also includes a very sensual man in the lower half of the painting who appears to be ready to devour the woman. If one were to look at the original painting today, one would see that it contains a much different theme. Whereas the man in the lower half of the work is naked, and the woman presents herself in a provocative pose, the woman in the upper half is covered with ruffles, and her legs are bare.
As one can surmise from these examples, both artists draw their inspiration from different sources, but both artists clearly evoke sexual themes in their paintings. The former draws its inspiration from nature, while the latter draws its inspiration from images found in the Gothic architecture of the Antique period, as well as from Spanish and French architecture of the time. Many modern-day artists, however, draw their inspiration from ancient mythology, particularly from Greek and Roman mythology. In the case of the Infinity Mirror Room Los Angeles, the inspiration comes from Sula, the Egyptian god of chaos and infinity.
As one can surmise from the name of Sula, infinity mirrors are nothing more than reflections of the infinite. The symbol of infinity, Sula, is a representation of the sun. Like the reflection of the sun on the moon, the reflection on the Sula is rendered as an endless number of colours. When translated by the Spanish language, the translation of Sula into English reads “the dimension of the universe”.
The infinity mirror in Los Angeles is part of the museum called Cogut Gallery. It can also be found online. The website for Cogut Gallery has a very impressive gallery of works all drawn from different periods of Spanish art, all produced by prominent artists, from different countries. Amongst the other famous artists of Spanish descent who have a portfolio of pieces drawn from Sula, are Jose Ramirez Argueta, Ramon Guevra, Ignacio Ovallos, and Joaquim Rodroney.