Ink on paper
Dimensions: 50cm (H) x 60cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 19.7" (H) x 23.6" (W) x 0.8" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Frequent travels inspired me with painting abstract landscapes - full of vivid colors and various textures. As a result, a series of GRAPHIC Landscapes paintings was created. GRAPHIC Landscapes abstract series of landscapes was inspired by various places. Each artwork is a record of moods. When I start painting a picture, I remember associations with this place. A visit to Spain in winter is warm and calm. Scotland is the intensity of the feeling of the changing cold sky and the flashes of the sun. A walk through the Kampinos Forest is peace and quiet. I believe that a lot can be said through the abstract landscape. Lots of a very private world to discover.
The nature of the abstract landscape does not differ from the representational painting. I try to recreate it with layers of thick paint. I gave up brushes, preferring to pour liquid paint directly onto the canvas - this is how a unique and expressive abstract landscape is created. The applied textural effects strengthen the artistic message. The sand used in the paintings mixed with a binder emphasizes the relationship between the painting and nature, with the landscape. Thanks to this, the landscape, although painted abstractly, is alive and allows for spontaneous associations.
Extracting unexpected structures, discovering surprises is another element of fun with the viewer. The abstract landscape allows this perfectly, as it gives viewers the opportunity to interpret, have their own unlimited imagination and read an individual story. An abstract landscape is not only about forms, colors and cardboard. It is also symbolism, emotions and moods.
Aluminum frame, without glass, 50cmx60cm
Drawing size: 27cmx35cm
Based in: Bristol
Bartos Saro’s life is very structured, organized but not in a confining way. So are his paintings. Sculptor and art historian by profession, Bartos Saro studied in his native Hungary and Great Britain. He started in modern design, made it to the level of partner in a furniture showroom company where he could put to work his methodically working but open mind. The level of corporational restraint and pressure was not appealing in the long run. Fascination with structures and materials in design took finally over and passion led him to the painting of matter. Bartos used to keep a studio in London, but finally moved to a more quiet place near Bristol where he can tend to his small japanese maple trees. He believes, he matured there.
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