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Berlin Subway – Klosterstraße Painting

Magdalena Jesionek

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 78.7 W x 31.5 H x 1 D in

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Berlin Subway – Klosterstraße There is intrigue and suspense in this space. What’s around the corner? As the spectator one is not invited but sucked into this space. It’s obvious one is underground — the weight of the dark ceiling is telling us that. Yet the lights are floating just below. Patterned tiles and the colours: yellow, ochre, orange – like gold with violet and purple…. echoes of decadent Berlin in the 20s? Perhaps? Klosterstraße is one of the Berlin U-Bahn stations which were constructed by Alfred Grenander (Swedish) one of the most prominent architects during the first building period of the Berlin U-Bahn. Between 1902 and 1930 he constructed numerous U-Bahn stations, many of which, including Klosterstraße, have landmark status today. May not be framed.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:78.7 W x 31.5 H x 1 D in

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Born in 1956, Krakow, living and working in Amsterdam since 1982. I am an independent artist, also Art Teacher specialized in Painting Portrait and Model.

Architectural paintings. Photography in the making process. Oil and acrylic on (sometimes shaped) canvas. Synthesis (balance) of realism and abstraction. Reflective on the art of painting itself.

Architecture is my major all-embracing theme. Regarded within social and historical context architecture itself, ancient or utmost modern, reflects not only abstract ideas and principles of design, but also indicates the vulnerability of the human condition.

Photography is so to speak the equivalent of my sketchbook. With kind of snapshots I am exploring fragments of reality. Photographic fragmentation itself often defines the forms of my canvasses; it enables a serial way of working.

I once had the experience of bliss when I found a very special technique of preparing the canvas. In each painting some parts of the canvas are left unprimed, purposefully revealing the texture and color of the linen canvas. This creates an edge or relief between different levels throughout the image. This process is deeply embedded in each image and has become an additional force of my creative spectrum.

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