Oil on canvas board
Dimensions: 30cm (H) x 30cm (W) x 0.5cm (D) / 11.8" (H) x 11.8" (W) x 0.2" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Although my painting is highly abstracted, one may discover worlds in the details – the sun, the moon, rivers, lakes and oceans, skies, dust in the clouds, windows on houses.
The topic is of secondary importance to me; while I paint, I mostly deal with creating balance and composition. One of the pillars of my painting is the planned, controlled randomness, the conscious placement of gestures that, according to compositional aspects, may seem accidental on the canvas. While consciously building up the composition, I pursue to paint instinctively with full freedom.
I seek harmony between the constructive, the geometric, and the expressive, the chaotic. Despite the placement of each geometric shape on the canvas being in contrast with the surrounding sweeping brush strokes and paint dribblings, a sense of harmony and calmness emerge in the restless reality.
I want to wake up the viewers’ minds. I want to encourage them to step out of their comfort zone, to look for new details, motifs, that might have remained undiscovered even for me during the creative process; to be not just a viewer, but to be an active part of the art, to be inside of the painting, a resident of my world.
"Wounded landscape IV" is an oil painting on canvas board.
Needs to be framed.
Signed on the front. Shipped in a box.
Based in: Subotica
I was born on 25th May 1990, in Subotica, Serbia. I got my degree in Visual Arts in 2013, at the University of Szeged, in Hungary. Now I live and work in my hometown. Although my work is highly abstracted, we can discover worlds in the details – the sun, the moon, the water, skies, dust in the clouds, windows on houses. However, the topic is of a secondary importance to me, while I paint I mostly deal with the composition and creating the balance. One of the pillars of my painting is the planned, controlled randomness, the conscious placement of gestures that may seem accidental on the canvas, based on compositional aspects. I seek harmony between the constructive, the geometric, and the expressive, the chaotic. Despite the placement of each geometric shape on the canvas is in contrast with the surrounding sweeping brush strokes, paint dribbling, sharp charcoal lines, a sense of harmony, calmness in the restless reality emerge.
Portrait photo by: Gyula Bezzeg
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