02/11/2019 Comment 0 Air Moon Artists Libra Moon Artists Manet (1832–1883) is the first example of the typically elegant, refined, loving and charming Libra Moon Artist. Beauty has priority for a typical Libra Moon. That includes diplomacy and a peaceful, “beautiful” communication amongst a group as much as physical beauty. A Libra Moon has cultivated concealing flaws through a sociable, empathic, vivid and cheerful behavior and posture to keep the room atmosphere well-balanced. This proportion and beauty-oriented mindset of a typical Libra Moon we can see in the paintings of Manet. He chose pretty sujets to draw and fused a melange of colors softly to create a “pretty” and charming image. Another example for the “pretty” Libra Moon mindset is french Libra Moon Artist Toulouse Lautrec (1864 – 1901). But the Libra Moon is not only about creating a beautiful surface but first and foremost the Libra Moon is about connecting peopled love. Gemini Moon Artists The paintings by Spanish Gemini Moon Artist Joan Miro (1893 – 1983) mirrors exactly how I imagine the subconscious of a Gemini Moon to look like. Miró’s playful imagery shows the restless and wildly networked mind of a typical Gemini Moon. Just by looking at his paintings you know immediately how versatile, sanguineous, communicative, curious and nervous a typical Gemini Moon is. You can see how his senses are all over the place always on the lookout for something new and exciting, gathering every chunk of information, interconnecting many people with each other and juggling numerous balls at once. Roy Lichtenstein (1923 – 1997) is another typical Gemini Moon Artist who demonstrates the easy-going, buoyant and agile Pop-artsy soul of the Gemini Moon. Aquarius Moon Artists Mondrian (1872 – 1944) demonstrates us the mindset of the Aquarius Moon the best. He painted simple geometric forms with straight lines and pure colors. His goal was to mirror the objective laws of the universe in his art. Understanding unalterable realities and truths behind the subjective appearance of alterable forms is what the Zodiac Sign of Aquarius is all about. That’s because Aquarius is a logically deductive thinker who develops after categorical Capricorn to break his blinders. Still the Aquarius has a clear and dividing mind but he is able to understand interrelations from an objective point of view with his clear and logical way of thinking. This we clearly see in Mondrian’s Art. Ben Nicholson (1894 – 1982), another Aquarius Moon Artist, had the same goal to mirror the objective laws of the world, as Mondrian. In contrast to Mondrian, Nicholson carved simple figures like circles and rectangles with different depths into white hardboards to mirror the interrelations of the reality. Chagall (1887 – 1985) is the last Aquarius Moon in this list whose art differs distinctly from the other two Aquarius Moon Artists but is not inferior in its originality in no way. As any typical Aquarius Moon would, he broke any traditional rules of Art.