Kaunas, 2014

The theme (conception) of the 5th International Watercolor Biennial “Baltic Bridges” is RESONANCE.

Resonance, according to the buy clomid online Oxford Advanced Learners’s Dictionary, usually mean the sound produced in an object by sound waves from another object; the power to bring images, feelings, memories etc into the mind of the reader, listener, etc; the images, feelings, memories, etc. produced in this way.

In physics, resonance is the tendency of a system clomid online to oscillate with greater amplitude at some frequencies than at others. Frequencies at which the response amplitude is a relative maximum are known as the system's resonant frequencies, or resonance frequencies. At these frequencies, even small periodic driving forces can produce large amplitude oscillations, because the system stores vibrational energy.

That means, first of all there must be a “sound” (or picture), than it will be possible to have an echo (resonance). But not only that.

According to the explanation in physics and especially if we look at buy propecia works of world known author and entrepreneur from Japan Masaru Emoto, best known for his claims that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water (book The Message from Water: The Message from Water is Telling Us to levitra online Take a Look at Ourselves), we can find that our feelings, memories and emotions can resonate in the water.

What is watercolour? First of all it is water. Then pigment, spreading on paper, shows us how the artist resonates with buy priligy surrounding environment.  By the way, the biggest part of human body, as well as of our planet, is filled with water.

Therefore we believe we will have good opportunity to look carefully and understand what traces watercolour can leave on the surface of our contemporary culture and cultural history as well as in the life of the individual artist. Imagine a pebble thrown in a huge body of water (sea or lake)… We hope that ripples and echoes reach us from all countries located around the Baltic Sea, as well as from those that are a bit further, but has its own waters - at least sufficient for watercolour.