College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Engaged Learning Exhibitions
The Curious Case of Colors
acrylic on wood panel
Color can not be measured so easily. Its energies are diffused in memory. We know color through our reaction to it. It becomes an experience.
I constantly struggle for clarity and the intricate balance between container and what it contains. Since my biggest joy is to deal with color, the shape embracing the color is scrupulously chosen in order that it not prevail over the color situation but assist it. That is why I use mostly geometric shapes which one accepts without questioning particularities, thus giving the color full responsibility for visual plasticity.
Since April 25, 2017
ES@CSU ISSN: 2572-3480
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