We are very excited to announce our new quarterly column of horoscopes, new content will be published at the beginning of each season of the year. And we can’t wait for you to enjoy our astrological predictions for the season as well as all the inspiration we’ve found in artists, both Mexican and international, that dedicate to share the zodiac sign of every horoscope.
As we gradually approach the spring equinox, we release our new quarterly column with the spring horoscope which represents the beginning of a new cycle. Spring will be the time to flourish internally and externally, and we are so excited to share our astrological and artistic predictions with you.
Here at Casa Gama, we believe that art and astrology are intimately connected, and we are committed to providing our followers with an enriching experience that attempts to combine both aspects. We truly hope that our horoscopes give you the inspiration needed to explore new ways of creativity and communication in order to achieve a new, more understanding version of yourselves.
Thank you for your constant support, and we hope to share with you our vision of a prosperous future full of art.
(March 21 – April 19)
This spring, you will be full of energy and creativity. Find inspiration from the work of Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco, whose sculptures and pictures defy all convention and perception. You can also explore the work of American artist Alexander Calder, whose kinetic and mobile sculptures capture the essence of movement and happiness.
(April 20 – May 20)
This spring you’ll feel the need to connect with the more emotional and spiritual side of yourself. The work from Mexican artist Leonora Carrington, most known for her surreal and magical pictures, can help you in finding inspiration for this ride. You can also explore the work of Austrian artist Gustav Klimt, whose evocating and flashy paintings focus on discovering sensuality and human connection.
(May 21 – June 20)
During this spring, your curiosity and your desire to learn will be through the roof. Take inspiration from the work of Mexican artist Carlos Amorales, whose facilities and animations defy all expectations and conventional narratives. You can also explore the work of Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, whose constant and versatile experimentation convert him into a key figure of modern art.
(June 21 – July 22)
This spring, you’ll be in harmony with your emotions and your feelings. One of our recommended artists is Mexican Jose Clemente Orozco, he is mostly known for his monumental murals that explore both social and political topics, and he can be a very valuable source of information during this journey. Another artist you can whose work and help you is David Hockney, whose vibrant and colorful paintings capture happiness and optimism.
(July 23 – August 22)
This spring will be one full of passion and creativity. Grab some inspiration from the work of Mexican artist Diego Rivera, who is considered one of the greatest Mexican artists of all time, his signature work was his murals that are dedicated to celebrating the history and the culture of Mexico. We believe that French artist Henri Matisse’s work is truly a work of art, his specialty is paintings and paper cut-outs that are dedicated to exploring the beauty and harmony of color.
(August 23 – September 22)
This spring, you’ll feel the need to order and organize your surroundings. The work by Mexican artist Gabriel de la Mora is a great place to find the inspiration to do this, thanks to his paper cut-outs that are dedicated to exploring the beauty and the trivial in the ephemeral. Swiss artist Paul Klee makes jaw-dropping paintings and drawings that are dedicated to expressing simplicity and geometry.
(September 23 – October 22)
During this spring you’ll be focused on your relations, and you will try to find the balance between them. Take some inspiration from the work of Mexican artist Manuel Felgúerez, his paintings and sculptures play with the border of geometry and abstraction. We also suggest that you investigate the works of British artist David Hockney, whose paintings and drawings explore the relationship between people and their surroundings and the usage of color and light to create emotional effects.
(October 23 – November 21)
This spring, you’ll be in symphony with your more spiritual and mystical you. There’s some inspiration to be found in the work of Mexican artist Francisco Toledo, his paintings and sculptures explore the connection between humanity and nature. Another example of great inspiration is the work of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama whose installations and sculptures summon the universe and the cosmic connection of things.
(November 22 – December 21)
This spring you will feel the need to explore and adventure into the unknown. The work of Mexican artist Dr. Lakra is an amazing source of inspiration, this is thanks to his amazing illustrations and drawings who take inspiration from popular art and tattoos. We entice you to look for the work of American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, whose paintings and drawings explore urban culture y black identity.
(December 22 – January 19)
This spring you will be focused on your career and your professional achievements. You can take inspiration from Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco’s work, which is dedicated to exploring perception and philosophy. You can also explore the work of American artist Jeff Koons, whose sculptures and objects elevate the banal and the kitsch of the art category.
(January 20 – February 18)
This spring you’ll be in syntony with your more humanitarian and progressivist side of yourself. The work of Mexican artist Pedro Reyes is truly majestic because of his expression of the social and political themes in the world, and it could be a great source of inspiration. We equally advise you to explore the work of the talented French artist Sophie Calles, her photographs explore the relationship between people and their surroundings.
(February 19 – March 20)
During the duration of the spring season, you will be in touch with your more spiritual and emotional side. The work from world-famous Mexican artist Frida Kahlo definitely contains all the inspiration one could ask for, she is considered to be one of the best artists to ever live, and her paintings and self-portraits explore identity, pain, and resilience. You can also explore the work of Japanese artist Yoko Ono, her performances and conceptual artworks explore the relationship between the person and the environment that surrounds them.
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