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Leah Blits

Netherlands

Drawing, Pencil on Paper

Size: 10 W x 14 H x 0.1 D in

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My works arise trough the creative process itself; the natural laws of re- birth and refresh. To be free and receive that which is coming. In search for the true center of gravity of our times. For art's sake.. The challenge in my painting processes is to create infinite lines to different planes of reality, spirituality associated with our collective bodies.. Created from an inner necessity; translating energies that want to be seen..

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Drawing:Pencil on Paper

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Size:10 W x 14 H x 0.1 D in

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Born in Amsterdam in 1988, Leah Blits comes from a family of artists. She found early inspiration in the work of her mother, Mieke Blits, a ceramics artist, as well as the the works of the Expressionists and Surrealists. Blits studied painting at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, in Ghent, Belgium, where she received her Bachelor's degree cum laude in 2012, and her Master's cum laude in 2014. In 2012 Blits formed the INK collective with fellow student Nadia Preys. Proceeding from their shared interest in reintegrating the sublime into art, Preys and Blits dedicated INK to confronting the hyper-financialized and spiritually-vacant nature of the contemporary art scene. In furtherance of this goal, Blits paintings seek to create an immersive affective experience, and to reintegrate feminine forms of spirituality and generative power into a medium defined by its patriarchal tendencies. As YFA artist and curator Abby Jackson writes of Blits' work: “She explains what it is to be she.” atrist statement 'My works arise from the creative process itself; the natural laws of re- birth and re-fresh. In search for the true center of gravity of our times. For Arts sake.. to be free and receive that which is coming; infinite lines to different planes of reality. Bridging the opposing energies of matter and spirit.'

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