Painting “Antimatter I”, Canvas, Oil paint, Postmodern, 2017

€ 4 000
Condition: new
Location: Moldova, Chisinau
Product availability: Available
Florina Breazu. Antimatter I
With the visual solution presented in this painting, I want to bring the introspection spectator closer and take them away from precious time. Get close and follow closely what's happening on the cloth. Become an archaeologist of pictorial discourse.
Antimatter invites us to reflect both the eternal and the fleeting and the fading. The cup - a symbol of Christ and of destiny, divides the work into registers, ordains and hierarchized creative discourse in relation to the verticality of aspirations. Everyone in the material world has one cup to understand or not the meaning of existence.
The Spirit before it becomes matter, expressed through the line.
Discrete language, fine calligraphy, do not impose content on the viewer, but invites him to silence and to discover his own identity.
Dad, if it is possible, this glass goes away from me. Yet not as I will, but as You please. (Gethsemane, 39, Matthew's Gospel)
ID: 21548
Originality: Original
Year of manufacture: 2017
Applied technique: Oil paint
Medium: Canvas
Size: 2.5 x 117 x 117 cm
Framing: Unframed
Style: Postmodern
Shipping to: Worldwide
Payment method: Wire Transfer
Delivery method: Postal service, Courier service
Purchase returns: 10 days
Object type: Painting

Information about the artist

I was born in 1973.01.05 in a family where art education was a priority, my father being an artist. Art becoming the most natural way of expression for me.
I am a dedicated artist and involved in the current cultural activity, with a dynamic experience, polished in the artistic centers of Chisinau, Cluj, Iasi and Bucharest. Through personal and group exhibitions organized in recent years, I have proposed to the public more and more fresh works connected to the development and the level of contemporary society. Through a pictorial approach built on solid exercises, developed from the formal tradition to formal creation, I have outlined a sensitive message that tenaciously affirms its own artistic creed.
I generally practice abstract painting, sometimes introduce figurative elements. The preferred material is oil or acrylic on canvas or paper.
Painting is an expression of freedom, it is the way to be, it is the moment when time stops, the escape and the connection to the fluid course of some energies becomes the act of appearance and conception of the image.