At the center of Simona Deflorin's painting is the human being. Again and again she is moved by the question of what might be hidden behind the canvas. Following the brush, she can dream up an encounter with her counterpart, the soul, all our lives.
The focus of the works of Ursula Glatz is not exclusively in the abstraction, but they reflect nature, testify to the large and small things in it and thus take the cycle of destruction and rebirth in itself. The artist primed, painted, textured canvases with various construction materials. She applies pigments, stains, oils and much more wet in wet to the painting. The rather prolonged drying phase, oxidation and the escape of moisture in the work are reminiscent of the natural processes of change in nature. The picture changes randomly. It cracks in some places, in other places the mass contracts and shrinks, it becomes dull in some places and strongly shiny in others. This way of working of Ursula Glatz joins the natural cycle and gives it free space in her work.
Sandra Poncioni works mainly with oil paints, whose characteristics (the semi opaque, the semi transparent or, if desired, the completely opaque), reflect her self. Layer by layer, this shapes her pictorial design - just as every step in life, inevitably influences one's own personality! Through painting, she tries to make the invisible, that is, the emotional world, visible.
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