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This series work with water drops in conjunction with a steel formats. I use the natural properties of materials in a simple way and let them interact in a controlled manner. It is essentially a painting with water that turns into rust. The ornaments are based on geometric principles, created in a digital environment, by the distribution of snowballs or ice. The work is thus an imprint of time and natural influences in a certain period of time or situation. The aesthetics of corrosion and nature have always accompanied me, thanks to my native region of the post-industrial area of Beskydy mountain. Discover more: www.ondrejbelica.net
Painting:Watercolor on Steel
Size:27.6 W x 19.7 H x 2 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
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Ships From:Czech Republic.
www.ondrejbelica.net BIO Ondřej Bělica is a multimedia artist working on the edge of art, architecture and design. He creates objects, site-specific installations and architectural structures in the landscape, public spaces and galleries. His work combines elementary principles with new technologies and nature. Naturality and minimalism are the main language in his aesthetics and expression. He studied at the school of non-figurative sculpting and school of architecture at Brno and Ljubljana, where he experienced the collaboration between artists and architects. As a result, he loves to connect art and architecture and creates spatial and contextual artworks on different themes and scales. His work is represented in private collections, galleries and installed in public spaces. Based in Frýdek-Místek and Brno, Czech republic. ARTIST STATEMENT I am artist balancing on the edge of art, architecture and design. I am interested in the intersections of these creating fields and I try to push their boundaries. Significant materials used in my spatial artworks are wood, steel, water and light, which probably come from my homeland in a post-industrial area in the Beskydy mountains. My working process is based on a minimalistic, conceptual and contextual thinking method, which offers me countless possibilities of project media and scale. Connecting natural principles, traditional crafts and new technologies are a characteristic topic in my work and in my relationship to the world. I usually work on the scale of the object, architecture, public space and landscape. In my practice I am experienced in sculpting, architectural design, exhibition design and public space design, where all these skills are present. My studio projects are aimed at rethinking the traditional perspective on painting and sculpture. I love to let the things and materials with their forces act to create the art. In my paintings, water drops on the steel sheets makes natural drawings and daylight makes linear shadows. I am obsessed with penetrating objects and spaces to show new points of view, which are often hidden from everyday reality. I love to invent new perspectives and collaborate with other artists and architects. I believe the best work is born at the borders of connections. At my studio, my mission is to create unique art pieces that explore the beauty of the everyday. I am constantly pushing boundaries and experimenting with new techniques.
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