On the beach

Price: £ 1850

Category: Mixed techniques

Author: MXM11

Size: 1800 mm x 940 mm


Polish Painting of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries is characterized by a sharp trait in the arena of world art. It happens so, because of strong and distinctive painting characters', such as Nowosielski, Brzozowski, Pągowska, Polish School of Animation with artists such as Borowczyk, Lenica, or the Polish School of Posters, whose influence is still evident in the art of the world. These artists courageously demonstrated their personality. For the contemporary artists, they became the ideals that they taught to look at the world. Sometimes the artist initially copies his master, to be born as a master - to wake up subsequently its own way, enriched of someone's previous experience of the world.

Art is a beauty, which we discover anew. It has a many names. And you can see it here, in the portrait of Women on the beach. Here we can see the echo of Nowosielski's creativity, the master of mysticism. Looking for a simplicity, the key to understand life, in the female body.
Pictures are able to provoke us to action, to change of mind about the present world. "Guernica" Picasso's famous work has changed the course of history, Degas's dancers delight with dancing lightness, in the stream of light, at the moment of youth.

Canvases are the bridge to the emotions.
As here, where powerful colors want to revitalize motionless of waiting,
On the beach - are the women. On the background of green, yellow and bloody red.

About Artist :

The main areas of that artist creative activity are painting, drawing, objects, installations and photo manipulation. Her art focuses on presenting the clash between pure nature and technology. Unbridled primordiality opposing an industrially shaped world’s final decomposition of organic life, and against artificial machinery.
Interested in testing human creature entangled and manipulated by history, evolution of culture religion and stereotypes. The human creature that tries to define its social and carnal identity while uncovering the secrets of fears and sexuality inside.She's basing her creative searching on the human figure humiliated, dominated by its corporeality, subjected to torture and genetic technological modifications, as well as the unpredictable nature failures. Simultaneously regarding these human defects as a punishment for sins.
Within this period of her anthropomorphic visions, there is the emergence of a new quasi-Orwellian world – full of animal-derivations, beasts and freaks embroiled in strange, mystic, human rituals.

She's employing the language of myth, magic and fantasy, and cover every motif with delicacy, and fragility, intricately sheathed with an echo of mysterious human habits. She attempt to present the definitive counterpoint to her view of nature – as something to be possessed. ...   



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