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At the crossroads between abstract and figurative, my works are influenced by changes in my life and [my] surroundings. Starting with the series Junkyard Symphony, my paintings have gradually become more of a surrealist journey into the universe of the urban periphery. My paintings capture the devastating effects of junk invasion and consumerism on our environment. Allegorically recomposed, all these reminiscences of our daily waste are caught dancing, floating in their singularity. In more recent series like Personal Mythologies, Hybrid Playground or Synthetic Future, they even start to create their own story. With an increasing appearance of figurative elements and even insertions of pop art, works like “Synthetic Future” criticize capitalism, consumerism, waste and pollution, sending a warning sign about the future.
At the crossroads between abstract and figurative, my works are influenced by changes in my life and [my] surroundings. Starting with the series Junkyard Symphony, my paintings have gradually become more of a surrealist journey into the universe of the urban periphery. My paintings capture the devastating effects of junk invasion and consumerism on our environment. Allegorically recomposed, all these reminiscences of our daily waste are caught dancing, floating in their singularity. In more recent series like Personal Mythologies, Hybrid Playground or Synthetic Future, they even start to create their own story. With an increasing appearance of figurative elements and even insertions of pop art, works like “Synthetic Future” criticize capitalism, consumerism, waste and pollution, sending a warning sign about the future.
At the crossroads between abstract and figurative, my works are influenced by changes in my life and [my] surroundings. Starting with the series Junkyard Symphony, my paintings have gradually become more of a surrealist journey into the universe of the urban periphery. My paintings capture the devastating effects of junk invasion and consumerism on our environment. Allegorically recomposed, all these reminiscences of our daily waste are caught dancing, floating in their singularity. In more recent series like Personal Mythologies, Hybrid Playground or Synthetic Future, they even start to create their own story. With an increasing appearance of figurative elements and even insertions of pop art, works like “Synthetic Future” criticize capitalism, consumerism, waste and pollution, sending a warning sign about the future.
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Take me back to the beach Painting

Edith Torony

Romania

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 7.9 W x 7.9 H x 0.8 D in

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At the crossroads between abstract and figurative, my works are influenced by changes in my life and [my] surroundings. Starting with the series Junkyard Symphony, my paintings have gradually become more of a surrealist journey into the universe of the urban periphery. My paintings capture the devastating effects of junk invasion and consumerism on our environment. Allegorically recomposed, all these reminiscences of our daily waste are caught dancing, floating in their singularity. In more recent series like Personal Mythologies, Hybrid Playground or Synthetic Future, they even start to create their own story. With an increasing appearance of figurative elements and even insertions of pop art, works like “Synthetic Future” criticize capitalism, consumerism, waste and pollution, sending a warning sign about the future.

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Size:7.9 W x 7.9 H x 0.8 D in

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What you will see here is a perpetual search in the way I choose to think differently and to create myself as a visual seeker. Simplicity is valuable to me. Ideas come from everywhere, but they grow best in solitude. I like to reconstruct the world, to isolate things from their context, parts and elements from my compositions, reducing everything to what is essential, so that the subject will look as if it had been there for a long time, very natural, just expecting to be seen like that. Awareness is important, also the way you think and observe the world. I like contradictions and I think freedom is not something we can achieve;it is what we choose to have from the start in creating unconventional distinctive works.

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