Anatomy of love "Victorian" 01 Drawing by Karenina Fabrizzi

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Anatomy of love "Victorian" 01

Karenina Fabrizzi

Spain

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Size: 27.6 W x 39.4 H x 0 in

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Drawing: Oil, Ink, Graphite, Pastel, Acrylic on Paper.

Each painting that I create is a unique dance with a variety of materials, unique to each work. I often refer back to traditional painting methods when priming the surface and preparing the paints. One of my preferred mediums is egg tempera, which i prepare myself from scratch in the same way that the renaissance masters would have done. I always use oils and inks in my work. The quality of these mediums enables me to build up subtle and rich layers, from which my poetic images appear. Each work is always a battle between exposing and suppressing different areas until the perfect balance of colour and form is achieved.

As an artist the way I have to understand things has always been the same.. and it is by making art.
This is how I go through my life.
Our thoughts and beliefs create an emotion, this in turn creates a sensation, and like this we slowly build up our personalities.
All this is so complex and so subtle that it is almost intangible.
I am obsessed with nature.
I use nature in my work because it shows the impermanence of everything, especially the paradoxical beauty.
What I want people to see with my work is the fact that we are here just for a brief amount of time, and how magnificent life is, so beautiful and powerful no matter how bad our circumstances can be.
For me life is a dream, it is so difficult to catch a moment in our minds and keep it still, it is always in constant change and flux, this fact is very hard to accept especially for me.


Each painting that I create is a unique dance with a variety of materials, unique to each work. I often refer back to traditional painting methods when priming the surface and preparing the paints. One of my preferred mediums is egg tempera, which i prepare myself from scratch in the same way that the renaissance masters would have done. I always use oils and inks in my work. The quality of these mediums enables me to build up subtle and rich layers, from which my poetic images appear. Each work is always a battle between exposing and suppressing different areas until the perfect balance of colour and form is achieved.


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